When the mood for Thai food strikes, this spacious but simple Park Vista Square eatery, where a compass-crowned, cross-legged Buddha painting keeps tabs on you, has got you covered. The menu offers a very manageable number of apps, salads, noodle soups, stir-fried noodles, rice plates, fried-rice plates, and curries (red, green, and yellow) without being overwhelming, and each table sports saucy condiments to change flavor profiles. Dip fried tofu into peanut sauce, add tang to the already-spicy larb, and then make way for a main dish, maybe pumpkin curry or red duck curry. Yum. One of the three big-screen TVs was muted at a recent lunch, but the pop music track was audible. Still, it’s a pleasant space with flavorful, rich food. Serves lunch and dinner Tue.-Sun.