With only three tables, R. Haan Thai is, for all intents and purposes, a very small restaurant. But since most people are just coming in for take-out, you never need to worry about finding a spot to sit. The food here is solid, with some satisfying curries and noodle dishes, but the best dishes are actually the starters. The larb kai has a balanced combination of lime and fish sauce, the tom kha has plenty of lemongrass, and the deep-fried pork belly is perfectly crispy. There isn’t much in terms of ambiance aside from a few vintage knick-knacks, but if you happen to be in the area, it’s a good option for a casual meal.