When the magnificent architectural wonder was first being constructed on 45th street, we were intrigued and excited. Having just returned from Bangkok, we were thrilled to see true Thai decor on the outside of the building right across from the Wallingford library. We ate there the first week it opened and much to our disappointment- the prices on the menu reflected all of the money it must have cost to build the place. Pad Thai for $11, Tom Yum soup for $14, come on! I know a dozen thai restaurants within 1 mile where you can get authentic,delicious Thai food for $6 an entree. This restaurant belongs in the Highlands or perhaps Madison park next to Cactus-overpriced ethnic foods cannot make it in Wallingford when Fremont has the real deal and just a mile south you can get into the heart of those countries in the ID. While the building is worth walking by and even peeking in, don't bother paying twice the price.