The menu is wide, the welcome warm and friendly with the occasional fly causing havoc and annoyance.
The open kitchen is interesting and lots of fragrant cooking smells wafting over and the lady making coconut pancakes had me fascinated.
The fish was covered in a light delicate crumb with tasty spicy kick although I'm not sure I could differentiate three flavours. The flavour I did taste was yummy and the broccoli was al dente calming the flaming heat.
I remember the curry being good too with tender meat and the pad thai also delivered in flavour although it was quite wet and sticky and I think I prefer a drier version.
I think I Spicy has captured our tastebuds as a the preferred reasonably priced Thai restaurant and there is so much more to try.