My wife chowhounded this one down and yesterday we tried it.
This is truly the proverbial hole in the wall, a small restaurant with big taste food and moderate prices: six tables in a tiny room with Laotian and Thai food cooked in an even tinier kitchen. The menu is relatively short with a few appetizers, salads, soups, and curries. It offers three versions of Yum, and the shrimp and chicken on glass noodles has become my favourite, pending my next visit. A slightly sour papaya salad, and a green curry which we ordered as a benchmark, were close seconds. I also had a chance to taste one of the meat salads in the menu and I plan to order it next time, despite the rather frank description of its ingredients in the menu. This is obviously a kitchen that cares, and the attention to details and aesthetics is evident both in the food and in the service. This is the perfectly family run restaurant ready to be spoiled by success. It has only been open for ten days. Boualouang, 10669-97 St, south of the Lucky IGA.