Be warned, you will not find any Americanized Thai food here, so no melted cheese or fries. Everything, from soups to curries, is loaded with exotic flavors. The food can be very, very hot, specially the curries, so trust the spiciness indicators on the menu or ask your waitress. The soups are something to be experienced, Specially the S1,my favorite, not too hot, with shrimp and mushrooms, served with a hearty portion of steamed rice. You can bring your own beer or wine for dinner. The prices are very modest for the very reasonable portions you get. The egg-rolls are excellent, and the fried rice is among the best you can have locally. They also have authentic Thai tea and coffee, creamy and sweet.
This is a truly family run restaurant, as such , be prepared for the staff to be very sparse, you may have to wait a while to get seated or to be served. The food can take a while, since everything is made to order, so be patient. You may even have to wait a while to pay, again, patience is a virtue. The best time to come is just before dinner service, around 5:30pm, so you will be ahead of the large dinner crowds. The atmosphere is nice and calm, until the droves of regular patrons arrive, when it turns more lively but not annoying. This place caters to a more adult clientèle, so very little chance of screaming kids to spoil your dinner experience.
The restaurant is located in the interior of a small mini-mall called Tlaquepaque Center, so do not be discouraged if you can't see it from the street, plenty of parking, but it fills up fast.