Read the good reviews and decided to try. This was the most somber, unsmiling unfriendly service I've seen in a while. No one greeted us as we entered, they just said ""Do you have a reservation?"" and proceeded to seat us (that's a good thing for a Friday night). No one smiled, there was no rapport apparent among the servers, and our server, who never introduced himself made us feel kind of stupid with his flat affect as we attempted to be friendly customers. His vibe was like ""just place your order & eat your food 'cause I could care less."" The food was mediocre in my opinion, and it was plopped down on our table in sticky bowls with no presentation whatsoever by another unsmiling person who brought our food. Although the price was reasonable for their ""classic Thai"" dishes, the lack of presentation and the sticky bowl made it more of a $6.99 meal than the $11 meal that it was. The Thai iced tea was lukewarm with a little rapidly melting ice at the top. Even their award winning chocolate mousse dessert was ok, but I didn't get ""Top 25 Desserts in Atlanta"" from it. What made us decide not to come back was when the hostess came and hovered by our table and gave us an ""oh, you're still here"" look, again with no smile or engagement and then no one said ""good-bye"" ""thank you"" ""come again"" or any of the things that you expect from a fine dining establishment after you've dropped $40 for a beef bowl, iced tea and chocolate pudding. That same hostess actually looked at us in the doorway and then just looked away as we were leaving(we think we're nice-looking people:) It was just a bummer. After reading the reviews I still don't get it. Mediocre food, unfriendly service and $5 to park? Why bother when there are so many better places.
Pros: Able to get a table without waiting on a Friday (wonder why?)
Cons: Poor sound system, unhappy-looking staff