I discovered this place while browsing through food blogs. Apparently, the owners are Thais! I thought: this could be it! Real, authentic Thai food!
A long list making up its menu, and reasonable prices.
These four seasonings made me really believe I was in for a real treat!
On the day, only one set of guests tried to take the seasoning from me. I told my other half: they must be Thai! He asked me why! I said: well, look at all the others! They don't even know this exist!
Another clue was this: we were the only tables that ate our meals with fork and spoon. All the others were eating with chopsticks!
But then, when krapao chicken arrived, I was disappointed already... Not unlike the other Thai places, it seemed like they get their onions for free! There was too much onions!
After picking out the onions, it looked more like authentic krapao!
We had another serving to go, and we asked for no onion, but they insisted that it was an inevitable ingredient... But none of us remember having onioned krapaos in Thailand! And the amazing thing was that after I confirmed... the people at the place, were, indeed, Thais!
My other half ordered this spicy chicken soup. I thought it was okay.
不過看到有涼拌冬粉（yam woon sen ยำวุ้นเส้น）心裡又燃起了希望。嘗了一口，覺得還是我自己以前亂做的比較道地。
When I saw that there was yam woon sen (spicy glass noodle salad), I got excited again! After having a taste, I realised that I make even more authentic yam woon sen than they do!
Despite this first disappointing trip, we decided to give it another chance....
There seemed to be even more onions this time! Crickey!
上次有幫老爸點這個，但我沒吃到。所以這次點來嘗嘗看。泰式炒河粉（pad thai ผัดไทย）。太水了啦！
We had this pad thai to go for dad last time, so I didn't get to try this. That's why I ordered it this time - gee... it's way too soupy!
這道摩摩喳喳倒是還有點像樣。料很豐富，感覺很泰國～ XD （但其實他又不泰國 XD）
The dessert bur bur cha cha seemed a lot better... (but technically, it's not even "Thai")
Finally, a drink recommended for those who don't fancy spicy food - coconut juice!