There is just something about this place that I crave. It’s extremely cozy. There is something about it that makes my soul feel safe. The room has plenty of natural light. It’s relaxed, but there’s some thought put into it. The decor is like a boutique with varying mismatching furniture. I found a giant stuffed bear and a piano there. Though I haven’t seen this anywhere else, I enjoyed it. It was also super easy to order from the QR menu. I found it very efficient. Now, the food: 1) Crab pad Thai- I had never, ever “cleaned” a plate of pad Thai before… The pad Thai was one of the best I’ve eaten in a long time. In my opinion, this dish belongs in a fine dining establishment on the Strip. It’s a good idea to mix everything together before eating. As I ended the dish, I regretted not having done it sooner. I loved the combination of the crab, the scrambled egg, the pad Thai, and those crispy bits (of pork, I believe)… I’d say it’s a match made in heaven. 2) Green papaya salad – we got mild, and it was out of this world. Three huge shrimps were included. The banana leaf was used to serve it. I really enjoyed the flavors, but I would like to see more nuts. Still, I would order this again and again!! 3) Tom yum soup with egg noodles- my fiancé was the one to order this dish, but I tried it, too. It was an interesting and unique version of Tom yum soup, and I really liked it. I had to applaud the chef because what came out exactly as it appeared on the menu. It also included some fish balls and wontons. 4) Khanom Krok dessert – You won’t regret not ordering this dessert. Make room in your belly for this oh-so-delicious dessert. The dessert was coconut based and had 5 different toppings, all of which were very good. I appreciate the owner of LaMoon for opening a restaurant at this location, so we don’t have to pay an arm and a leg for the amazing food. Overall, I’m a fan of LaMoon and continue to go back (been there 4 times now).