Chai has lost nothing in the move. The menu is different, but still delicious food, beautifully presented, in generous but reasonable portions at reasonable - albeit not inexpensive - prices. The atmosphere in the restaurant is pleasant, and if it didn't look like it might rain would have gladly sat outside. There was a large party in the private room but our service was still attentive and prompt, although at a relaxed pace appropriate to the restaurant. Four of us had a variety of dishes (alas they were out of the oso bucco) and we were all pleased. I especially liked the apple kim chee spring rolls. Sadly not in my budget for a frequent visit, but definitely someplace to go for a special occasion.
Two of us got the Wok Seared Prawns. Not overcooked, but maybe held warm for a little bit longer than they might have been, I attribute that to the large party that apparently ordered their food just as we ordered ours. One of us had the Stir-fry, a very generous portion, the vegetables were brightly colored, obviously very fresh, and attractive in a large oval serving dish/bowl. The fourth ordered the Chinese Style steamed fresh catch. Again very nicely prepared, moist all the way through. Most of us had the brown rice cooked in coconut milk, but the one order of white rice was cooked just right as well.
For dessert we had one each of the banana dishes, one macadamia cream pie, and one creme brulee trio. All very good.