This decades-old Thai spot, one of the first in Broward, still has legions of original fans. It's expanded to include sushi, with 30 offerings on the sushi menu, but the mainstay is still aromatic Thai dishes. The atmosphere is old-school Thai -- teak paneling and carvings all around. Starters include the spring rolls, crispy and filled with vegetables. The wonton soup is notable here. The spice levels for entrées range from mild to Thai-style - i.e., superhot. Curries get raves from longtimers, who praise the Panang and red and greens as well. There's pad Thai for traditionalists too and satay that's served with dipping sauces. They serve large portions when you place your order - plan to take home a doggy bag or share with a friend. A decent wine list offers many by the glass. Prices are fair; specials tend to cost more, while lunch is a bargain.