We stopped here for lunch. The only other customers were a few Japanese tourists.
We ordered a mushroom dish cooked in banana leaves, an eggplant dish, fried morning glory, rice, a large bottle of water, and two large bottle is Singha beer.
The food was good. The fried morning glory was particularly good, with a heavy dose of hot peppers and garlic, just like it should be made.
The service was friendly and attentive.
The cost was $18.50, which is pricey. But, then again, we did have two large bottles of Singha ($6 of the bill), and a third dish which was one too many (another $3.50 of the bill).
This isn’t an inspirational culinary destination, but it’s good enough – particularly when compared to the alternatives – that we would go here again.