We were hangover and starving so we ordered a few starters to share and a main each. The starters were slightly hit-and-miss. The pork skewers with some satay-style sauce were juicy and with a good bit of char on the outside. The sauce was great too. Deep fried chicken wings were also nice; good crispy skin, reasonably tasty sauce.
The squid rings though were mediocre at best, looking like what you'd expect to find in the freezer section of a supermarket. And then there were these deep fried strips of beef which were dry and strangely tasteless - though the latter could have been the effect of the rather spicy sauce that accompanied them.
My pad thai was OK - the noodles had a nice bit of bite on them and the prawns were large and mostly juicy. But the sauce was too sweet and it soon became a bit sickly. No lime to cut through the richness either.
A beef massaman was probably the best of the mains, rich and warming. I only had a small taste but I suspect that if I had to eat the whole thing I might have struggled with the richness. The third main was a completely uninspiring chicken and vegetable stir fry. I reckon they could do with some stir frying lessons from their older and more experienced sibling next door.
All in all, meh. I'll wait for the inevitable next version of the restaurant before I return.