Im not sure what to say. Uhm... Oh, I know. Let's start off with..
The building in which this "restaurant" seems to be encased in just screams to be smashed into rubble, as the neighbouring empty lot nudges in agreement. The atmosphere was very.. ghastly. It felt very dry, having colous that resided on dulling portraits and sunburnt wall paints.
While I attempted to stay sane from from the incredibly 30 minute wait for my food to arrive, I was deeply surprised that quite a number of what seemed like 'regulars' ordered take out from them.
The food is unbelievably dissatisfying and expensive. What I was most shocked with was that they served it on plates the size of a baby's fist. Sadly, quality did not reflect upon the quantity. I deeply considered licking the incredibly saline dish clean to wonder if I'd get fulfilled. I cried (inside) with sadly. I could feel myself withering away... Why must you torture this hungry man? Why must I pry my 40$ from the grapples of my wallet? It told me to run away.. please it pleaded, please..
I had to go to Sophie's (also on 4th) with my girlfriend that same night..
Thai Yummy? Please. I could drink a cup of Stanley Park sea water that would satisfy me more than this place. (I also know the health risk of sea water, and you can also take that as criticism as you wish, but they are sanitary)
If you have managed to accept this review, avoid this restaurant at ALL COSTS, as their are many other BETTER restaurants along 4th. You may consider this at your own cost, but I'd just run far away from this place as possible. Far! FARTHER! KEEP GOING! ...