Located towards the Headington end of St Clements, this is a friendly and welcoming Thai restaurant. There are a couple of smaller rooms, rather than one large one, which gives it a nice feel. The walls are decorated with a mix of paintings and amazing wood carvings, and the tables have wood carvings under glass.
Food wise, they have a decent range of Thai food, with about half a dozen veggie main courses, and slightly more starters. They have a wide range of fish dishes too. The food is generally served quite quickly, and the menu's guide to hot dishes seems fairly accurate. The food is tasty, and often comes with funky carved vegetable garnishes.