I went to the Manhattan location (PT212), which is tucked away on 24th St. between 5th and 6th. The decor is beautiful, the tables situated at angles around the restaurant so it doesn't feel crowded even when it's packed. I was with a group of ten and we were promptly seated and well taken care of by an attentive and very courteous waiter. The food was good -- not mindblowing, but good, and got mixed reviews from our party (though no one was entirely dissatisfied). My chicken Massaman curry was a bit sweet (the guy next to me had tofu Massaman and said the same). The birthday guest of honor loved her seafood noodles. One girl said her duck was a tad overdone, another raved about her shrimp. Dessert was phenomenal, however -- both the ginger creme brulee and the green tea creme brulee were delicious (and very different!), and the fruit tempura with various yummy dipping sauces was a huge hit. Overall, it was a solid pick for a group of mixed vegetarians and non-vegetarians, and a nice place for a birthday dinner (the DJ played a cool techno version of Happy Birthday for us). It was a bit loud, but on a Saturday night in Manhattan, comes with the territory.