We finally honed in on the location and were happy we persisted.
They have an interesting way of updating their menu :-)As is our way, we had to start with hot and sour soup. It came in an interesting bowl and was more than adequate but lacked the requisite tang that makes the hot and sour soup from Wei Wei Palace & Beijing Kitchen the best you will find in Grand Rapids.
The dumplings (Gyoza, Hong Kong pork dumplings) were typical, not extraordinary, but nothing to complain about.The lettuce wraps, however, were extraordinary. Very flavorful and we could easily have consumed two orders.
Our first main dish was Thai Sweet Chili with Pork, spice level 6 (1-10). Fresh and spicy!
Next was Thai Fried Noodles, spice level 4, and this photo says it all. It was delectable.Last up was Peanut Noodle. The 'crazy good peanut sauce' ended up being sweeter than expected due to the coconut milk (not listed in the ingredients) but it was enjoyable nonetheless.
Finding the restroom is quite an adventure. Walk down the hall, follow the homemade signs, and end up in their kitchen, in the one male/female restroom in the place. It was an interesting journey.
There might be an issue with some of their electrical work. This was found on both sides of the restaurant. But maybe that's totally kosher.
The place does a big to-go business and has been here for several years, according to our server. Decor is mostly tasteful, the food and service are good, and the atmosphere/set-up is a little strange. But the large menu has plenty to choose from so it's worth a trip, if you can find it.