The proprietress of this quaint establishment is so enamored of herself that the exterior is literally plastered with Warhol-esque repeat images of her shining countenance.
Odd, I know.
Turns out, though, she’s got plenty to be proud of. The eats are consistently high in quality, made with fresh, flavorful ingredients and prepared expertly by a whole team of people with questionable citizenship credentials in what looks to be a well-appointed kitchen.
My family’s favorites here are the Drunken noodle with shrimp, Massaman curry and, perhaps predictably, the Pad kra pow. Really, though, we’ve never had a sub-par dish, and the service is very good if not particularly warm. (It’s all about table-turn don’tcha know?)
But enough about all that; let’s get down to business, by which I mean the state of affairs in the restrooms. And the verdict is: Quite good, actually.
I guess I shouldn’t be surprised. The whole place has a clean, well-ordered, functional aesthetic to it, and the loo is no exception. There’s nice tile work, bright-but-not-offensive colors, simplistic artwork/crafts and plenty of room to, um, spread out. All in all, a nice showing for a little place that could just as easily have cheaped-out and done the whole thing in builder’s-grade schlock from The Depot.
So kudos to you, Kitt.
Rating of chew: 3.5 out of 5
Rating of loo: 3 out of 5