From October 22, 2014
Tucked away in a row of low, cinder block, tin roofed buildings, the little restaurant doesn’t look like much. A few picnic tables sit along the sidewalk. Several smaller tables are hidden away in the nooks and crannies below the tin roof. There are almost no walls, just little fences marking off the restaurant from the yard next to it. While it seems like a pell-mell affair, it is so much more than meets the eye. Steaming plates of Pad Thai, savory vegetables in sauces of garlic and ginger, curries, fried rice, fresh fruit shakes of any kind. This is it, the place to go to get true, blue, non-tourist food. And no matter the weather, no matter your nationality, no matter what, you’ll be met with a smile and kindness that makes you feel welcome.