I'm not an expert on Thai food. I've been to two or three other restaurants aside from Mekong and enjoyed them, but this one takes the cake, or rather, takes the mango with sweet sticky rice. I went with my husband on a weekday afternoon, but it was still rather busy. The seating was prompt, and so was the serving. The restaurant is charming, with what I would think to be authentic decorations and colorful walls. We shared spring rolls, that came with a very good sweet and sour stuff, not the La Choy stuff that most places serve. We also had two Thai Iced Coffees, they're very sweet, and come in wine glasses, a nice presentation, I thought. We also had some sticky rice and the Vegetarian Platter, which was EXCELLENT! Not too spicy, but with plenty of flavor! If I recall correctly, and I may not, this was about four months ago and I'm dying to go back, most items on the menu can be served in four degrees of spicy: Mild, Medium, Hot and Authentic, which gave me a laugh. It was a great experience and we left very satisfied. The food is quite reasonably priced, but we gave a twelve dollar tip to each the waitress and the cook. It had been so long since we'd left a restaurant with no regrets. If you're in the area, or even if you're not it's one of the best places to go.
Pros: nice lighting, prompt seating, GREAT food, courteous servers,
Cons: It's busy... but that didn't effect service or food