The inside is quaint with vintage touches, like weathered wood beams on the ceiling and a bar fitted out with an antique telephone and bright neon sign. Tables with tufted red leather booths, lanterns, and a charming back garden keep the vibe inviting. The menu is a large, modern Thai affair, so come with a crew to sample its many regional offerings.
Start with steamed jeep dumplings, filled with ground shrimp, pork, and topped with crispy garlic. A simple salad of sweet-and-sour pomelo, red onion, and grilled shrimp reaches inventive heights when dressed with hahm pla whan. Pair their daily iteration of sticky rice (chestnuts and salted duck egg yolk, anyone?) with a gemstone-christened cocktail (Rose Quartz?) to understand what all the fuss is about.