Went there last night after the theater. The service was pretty inattentive, and I found the space, touted as hip and slick, shabby-looking, but that may have been partly a product of it being fairly empty. I got the following things:
Crab pancakes: decent crab flavor but I was hoping for some crispness of the crust. I know tod mun pla, if that's what the Thai fish cakes are called, aren't usually very crisp on the outside, and this dish seemed to be in that spirit, but I still found them kind of soggy. Even tod mun pla usually have some nice surface texture of some kind.
Pan-fried snapper: Standard whole snapper with fried chunks curling off it and that sweetish sauce poured over. Same as at Red Garlic, where I think the chef here worked at one point. I thought this was going to be somewhat different, but it was an OK version of this OK dish. It came with a side of zucchini and yellow squash, which was pretty limp, flavorless, and cold.
I didn't taste my friends' stuff, grilled salmon and unagi-don, but they were similarly underwhelmed.
Perhaps the kitchen wasn't firing on all pistons when we were there, and definitely the day and time deprived the experience of whatever enhancement a lively crowd might have given.