This restaurant is in an interesting location in Mt Adams- since it is in Cinci "hills" it is built into rocks of many levels (I went once in a leg cast- NOT A GOOD IDEA) with rock walls and Oriental decor. Parking is a pain- try the garage for best bet. You still will wait even if you have a reservation- but usually not for long. It reminded me of Thai restaurant in small strip mall- family owned- all pre-prepared and dont waste their time if you want to linger. If you wait at bar you will WAIT before service- so go to counter and get your own drink. Food was good- our group ordered a variety- favorite of night was Coconut-chicken soup & pot stickers with crab-creamcheese. No one was unhappy with their selection. Food is typical Thai- and just take home the leftovers. They have 1-10 levels of hot, and upper numbers WILL BE HOT- so beware. Our waitress was very efficient and quick-moving. Loved her" saucy attitude" but some patrons could be put off by it- they are not there to be your buddy but to serve you food. Personally, I like interaction and efficiency- not fake familiarity. Overally, the food is okay, not too expensive, it is packed on weekends and when the weather warms it will be standing room only. I don't quite understand how it has lasted this long but it is in a great area and the people of Cinci are loyal to tradition.If you want high cuisine then go somewhere else.
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