I have been eating Thai cuisine for close on thirty years now and although this does not make me an expert it does mean I at least know my way around a Thai menu and can appreciate a good Thai meal when I taste one. All of the dishes we ordered were good quality, large servings and very reasonably priced.
I tried the Pad Thai and to be honest this was some of the best Pad Thai I have ever had the pleasure of eating. The noodles were fresh and cooked perfectly there was just the right amount of sea food and it was pleasantly fresh and tasty. They had none overboard on the Coriander or Lemon Grass which some people when cooking Thai food are prone to do and it literally melted in my mouth. The dish was slightly spiced with just the right amount of chili and washed down with fresh coconut juice. All in all a classic Thai dish and delightful to consume.
Another dish that really impressed me was the Thai fish cake. These are basically fish ground up into a paste then covered with flower and some basic spices and herbs and deep fried. The ones served at the Thai Baht were very flavorsome perfectly cooked gently spiced and the serving was large.
I also recommend diners here try the Thai salads. Thai salads are very much trade mark dishes in the Thai cuisine and the salads here are really something quite special. The two salads that are my favorites are the Green papaya salad with crispy pork flakes and the spicy squid and shrimp salad. Both of these are classic Thai dishes which combine the tangy freshness of green vegetables and fresh herbs together with the tart flavoring of lemon grass and the spicy chili which tends to heighten the taste buds and is so typical of Thai cuisine.
The restaurant itself is medium sized with the capacity to seat about forty people. The seats are functional and comfortable and the air-conditioning was awesome. There are basically six different tables scattered throughout the restaurant with the big table by the window which can seat up to 8 people dominating the restaurants floor area. This is obviously the party table designed to accommodate larger groups of diners. The other tables can seat between 4 and 6 people and there are four of them scattered throughout the restaurant.
In the front of the restaurant on the left hand side as you enter is the main serving area and wet bar area which is adequately stocked with a range of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks but in my opinion this is part of the restaurant that could be expanded. Personally I would like to see a better stocked bar with the capacity to make not only shakes but cocktails as well.