I found the place on Citysearch and decided to try it. I called for reservations as the open table function did not show availability. i didn't know how big the place is, so I wanted to make sure. Valet parking is $4.50 and there is not really anything else available, as street parking is limited and most likely not available. We brought wine, as Citysearch says that there is no corkage charge - but there is and it's pretty hefty with $15! We had the Peking Duck Roll and Tom Kha for appetizers. Both dishes were really good and tasty. Main course was the Nakkara fried rice and Prig King. We ordered both dishes Thai spicy, but they came rather 'Americanized'. The Prig King was our favorite dish, while the fried rice was a little blunt. however, the ingredients where all fresh and tasty.
It's a very small place and the decor is minimal, so people concentrate on the food I guess. Service was good and friendly.
It's a date spot, but due to the proximity of the tables and the overall size of the restaurant, you will not have a lot of privacy.
I would go back if I am in the neighborhood.