Jamjuree has a wonderful peanut sauce, which I was "addicted to" for several years. My tastes have changed somewhat and I moved and so I haven't been in about a year.
I went to Jamjuree about one-four times a month for two years. have found the service consistently pleasant and attentive. The atmosphere warm, comfortable and leisurely with a touch of elegance. The food was wonderful. The noodle dishes had a sort of "soft noodle" style (not as crisp or saucy as some places) which it's sort of it's own taste.
This was on-again off-again one of my local haunts. The food was very consistent, with only one mishap. One night my Phad Thai tasted TOTALLY different than usual, either they had a substitute chef or were experimenting with recipe. It tasted like something was missing and it made my mouth feel chalky. When I told the waiter he was very pleasant and my food was remade. It was much much better but still not level of taste as usual. On the other 30+ occasions I've been there the food has been delicious.
The food is somewhat health conscious with good vegetarian options which don't feel like something is missing. The dishes I've enjoyed have tasted very fresh and the vegetables are perfectly cooked.
Price is $1 or $2 above many Thai places, but still very reasonable (approx $8-$11). If you go with a small group, the atmosphere is worth it. They also have a full bar.