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Why pick this place instead of one of the other Siamese restaurants up and down Eighth Avenue in Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen? The food is better than average, for one thing, and the menu nicely distributed among Chinese-leaning noodle dishes, Isaan salads, southern curries, and spicy, basil-bearing stir fries. There's also a section of modern Bangkok dishes, which show international influences. The secret of the place's popularity, though, lies in the--dare we say it?--gay décor, which includes chandeliers, sofas shaped like puckered lips, and furniture in jarring colors. That, and the strong cocktails. The lunch special is one of the most voluminous in town--soup and your choice of app and entrée plus rice for well under $10.