At Bangkok had recently undergone a makeover and it now looks more lively thanks to the modern aesthetics being installed across the wall, such as the Broadway-style lights of the restaurants name and wooden box frames to accentuate that street look.
The atmosphere also feels a little brighter from before. However, the food has not seem to change. They still serve authentic Thai cuisines, most with spicy undertones, which seems to be the signature of their food offerings.
We revisited At Bangkok last week and ordered the pork belly with spinach dish and the deep fried chicken fillet. Both were delicious food and of course, spicy. With per-person charge for steam rice, having dishes for share is definitely the way to go.
The food were served quickly. The service was standard and of acceptable attentiveness, although my heart went to the lady who sat on the table next door when the server accidentally spilled the gravy of the fish dish into her handbag!