Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly
This Thai mainstay, with its potted orchids and wine list touting Cava and Côtes du Rhône, seems almost as stylish as a José Andrés restaurant. And although it doesn't bill itself as a small-plates spot, we've had the most success lately treating it as one. The kitchen has mastered the chili/lime-juice/herb balance that makes cool salads of green papaya and larb gai (ground chicken) sing. Supplement them with such appetizers as the slender, wonton-wrapped firecracker shrimp and the cucumber-and-scallion-filled duck rolls. The curries and sautés are fine but don't quite have the finesse of the starters. One exception is the crispy duck tossed with basil --a dish that the restaurant rightly hypes as its signature.
Also good: Shrimp salad with lemongrass; crispy fish with green mango; crispy pork belly with chili and basil; coconut ice cream.
Open daily for lunch and dinner.