For a starter, we had the Koong Tod (large fried shrimp). The portion was perfect for two people to split and the shrimp were delicious. Furthermore, they did not contain too much breading. We had the Kaeng Ped & the Laab Kai for our main courses. Both dishes were simply "explosions" of flavor, due to the fresh herbs they contained. Included rice was also very nice, presented with sesame seeds on top. Service was excellent. With only a little tweaking (lighting, for example) this restaurant could change it's "take-out" dining room atmosphere to something significantly more inviting for dine-in customers.