It's what's different about this place that makes it special. If you're coming looking for a Pad Thai or Char Siu noodle or similar, you're fresh outta luck.
North Thai "Street Food". It feels pretty different to what we're used to in Australia from Thai restaurants. And I for one, am glad for it.
Be bold, be adventurous. Try something new. Last night I had deep fried marinated beef with Jim-Jaew dipping sauce, Gai Yang (yummy succulent grilled chicken), Jack Fruit salad & a salted fish dish with sticky rice - complimented with spicy sauces. Yum!
I'm a fan of the food. And I think you can be too. What I'm not a massive fan of is a) the service, and b) the drink ordering system. Seriously, they need to get their act together there.
Table service is a bit flaky and the major disappointment on this front is that staff aren't able to easily converse about the different food options and guide you with making selections or explaining foods that you may not be familiar with. This is a let down if you're adventurous but naive, and the selection process can easily revert to a pointing at pictures on the menu.
Also, the venue is licensed (really reasonable prices for wine) - but you can't order it from the table. You have to go inside to the attached dismal bar and order from there to carry it back to your table. Not sure if this is some weird liquor licence restriction - but, as a diner it diminishes the experience and you feel a bit like you're in an RSL pub.
To finish on a positive note... love the food, love the prices. Have been before, and will definitely go again. Lots of big table options for large groups, or smaller tables for couples. Be adventurous. Dive in!
p.s. Cash Only. Takeaway available.