The dishes that stood out for us were the Kanom Jeeb (dim sum like pockets) with great savory sauce, Suki Stir Fry chicken, crispy chicken with basil and the taro custard for dessert (comes with sticky rice). The pad thai with pork, tried as a comparison for other thai restaurants was as good as any. The wine selection is limited but we had the Matchbook Chardonnay (at $36) which went very well with the meal -- not the sweet stuff that's supposed to go with Asian food. The service was caring, attentive and friendly. We had a reservation for 7:30 on a Saturday but probably didn't need it. As new Oakton residents we will be back many times -- but it is worth a trip from elsewhere.
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