With Thai dining establishments, unlike the French, you always get the sense that they push eating as all out fun. For the French of course, it is extremely serious business with a modicum of intellectual vigor. When reading the Thai menu, frequently items are listed beginning with an active and astonishing adjective, for instance, Superior Sweet & Sour, Supreme Sweet Sticky Rice, or Magnificent Masaman Curry. For starters, Thai Chicken Satay ($5.95) on skewers with peanut sauce is something you dream about between visits to True Thai. For entries, first lets begin with the Curries. Red Curry ($8.95 to $10.95 depending on protein selection) with its combination of coconut milk and red curry with the meat, fish or duck is absolutely yummy -- you'll be licking the bottom of the dish. Masaman Curry is a mellow golden mild curry that suits the less spicy pallet. Choo Chee Curry with seafood and coconut milk and jumbo sea scallops ($11.95) is out-of-this world. If you are not inclined to eat the curried dishes, you might find the wok-fried more to your liking and ginger will infuse your love life if that's what you are out for. But don't sell noodles short as many Thai food lovers long for Pad Thai ($8.95 to $10.95). Often will all the appetizer selections, shared curry, wok and noodle dishes, salads there is no desire left for desert but Anna's fried Bananas or Green Tea Ice Cream are perfect endings at this awesome neighborhood eating palace.