I really miss this place. I used to live right down the street from it and ate there very often. The waiters are very sweet, and it is about as authentic a Thai restaurant as you can get with grandma chopping vegetables in front of the TV when it is slow. They are very accommodating. They will add or remove anything to any dish and make it any degree of spiciness you desire. The chicken laab salad is to die for. It realy is, and their wonton soup is so garlicky and flavorful I could die of bliss. I like them to add bok choy to mine, no fishballs. Prik king is so good, haricot vert cooked crisp in a curry sauce with whatever meat you choose. All of the tables have chiles in fish sauce brine, pickeled chiles, dried chiles, and chile paste to add to your dishes as you please. Never had a curry i didn't like there, and every single person I have ever taken there was astounded by the taste, the freshness, the large portions and the inexpensive prices.
Pros: Consistently great food and service, very cheap, tasty and large portions
Cons: It isn't near where I currently reside