Always busy with tourists escaping the ubiquitous mussels and Flemish stew in favor of fragrant plates of crab cakes and grilled prawns with chili, this Thai place is a little way out of the city center, just west of ‘Zand and the Concertgebouw. Proceedings kick off with a sharp, coriander-and-lemongrass-infused tom yam soup, followed by choices such as piles of beef fried in chili and basil or traditional Thai green chicken curry, both served with an abundance of noodles or rice. Set menus for sharing are good value and offer a variety of dishes from sea bass to fried beef with oyster sauce. For cowardly European palates, levels of spiciness are marked by each dish on the menu, happily even the hottest (awarded two chilis) are tasty and well short of volcanic.