I tried this restaurant out because it had some decent reviews on here - I was not disappointed. The service is a little lacking (we tried to ask about menu items and were ignored for a while) but the food and the prices make up for it. It's also a very clean-looking, modish restaurant, so I was pleased with that aspect. The Thai tea is good (so many places are disappointing) and so is the Pad Ke Mao (excellent, oily, but that's to be expected, $6). Some reviewer mentioned a buffet - I didn't see anything of the sort, only a cafeteria-style line which my friend ordered from. The food from that line was also good with a decent variety, especially the amount for the money ($4.50). It's pretty packed at lunch time too.
Pros: Price, food, taste, spiciness (different levels offered)
Cons: Servers attentiveness is so-so