I was really surprised how good this place was. We came here randomly after most of Ballard lost power. We had a party of 12 and they had no problem accommodating us (though it was only about 1/3 - 1/4 full at about 8:30pm Saturday).
Great food! I had the 'famous garlic' with tofu, which was great. Seared tofu, plenty of garlic, and fresh broccoli, all for $8, with the best brown rice I've had in a restaurant. I know there are hundreds of thai places in Seattle, but this one is worth checking out if you're nearby. Their menu is helpful in what can be made vegetarian, and all those items can have fried or soft tofu added.
Their spring rolls weren't so great, just inch-long small finger foods, so they're mostly just fried wrapper. Which isn't a huge turnoff, but they'd be better with more substance.
They also have a few local beers on draft, which of course are real tasty!