The menu is comprehensive and includes plenty of pictures, which I like. We chose fish cakes, and steamed tapioca dumplings to start, followed by a green chicken curry and a traditional pad thai.
The fish cakes arrived first. They were a little larger than I expected, and had a pleasant soft texture, without being too chewy as some can be. The sauce accompanying them was particularly good - a sweet chilli sauce with crushed peanuts which was very tasty. The steamed tapioca dumplings were slightly scary on first encounter. They looked like a giant lump of frogspawn. The texture was a little weird too -I didn't find it unpleasant, but the combination of appearance and texture put off my girlfriend. The filling of minced chicken and other ingredients was sweet and peanuty. Overall they were pretty good.
Main courses arrived in reasonable time. The portions were very generous, especially the pad thai which could easily have fed two people! The balance of flavours was certainly not perfect in this dish, and could have done with a little more chilli and a little less peanut. However it was enjoyable, and did not skimp on the shrimp or tofu (although the shrimp were a little chewy - perhaps overcooked). My girlfriend's green curry was good - perhaps a little too creamy, but spiced just right. There was plenty of chicken, and the quality was good. With an ample serving of rice, this dish defeated my girlfriend. Neither of us finished all our food.
Service throughout was minimal, but decent. No real problems though, and no long waits. The bill came to $42 which we thought was good value for the quality of the food (and the quantity).
Overall then, decent Thai food to enjoy at a very reasonable price. Not going to blow your socks off, but probably not going to disappoint if you go with reasonable expectations for the money. We'd go back.