We do not accept reservations. Strictly first come
first serve policy
Yes, we serve beer and wine. We have wonderful wines
that highlight smaller unknown wineries.
We also do wine pairings with our menu items,
or if you would like us to make a suggestion on any item on the
regular menu, please ask your server.
Please inform your server of any allergies and our kitchen
staff will try to accommodate you as best possible.
Monosodium glutamate, we do not use it.
That does not mean our food contains 100% MSG free
because of the fish sauce, soy sauce, chili paste,
etc. All contain some amount of MSG already.
Sorry, we do not deliver at this time.
Take - Out
Yes, we do take out but encourage our patrons
to experience our food in the restaurant.
We can do large parties but please contact us as soon
as possible. We are a small family run restaurant and
like to keep everything as few and as fresh as possible;
that is why we go to the farmers market at least three times a week.
To all our customers whom some we now have the
pleasure to call friends. We would like to thank you
from the bottom of our hearts for the love and support
you have shown us. Some have donated art pieces,
others have offered us to stay in their homes if we are
tired to commute back to our place. Others have
printed menus and helped spread the word about the
restaurant to as many people as possible. These are
just a few things but the list goes on and on. It has
always been our dream to open a restaurant and we
hope we have created something special here.
What's in a name?
Legend has it that the first king of Thailand was
floating down the Chao Phraya River while trying to
escape from his enemies, he prayed to Buddha for
protection and in return he would build a temple in
his honor. After many days and nights the king lifted
up his weary head to see in the distant horizon the
sun rising, at that moment he knew that Buddha has
delivered him safe from his enemies. As tears of
gratitude steamed down his face , he decided that
horizon will be where he would build the temple and he
named it Wat Arun (The Temple of Dawn).