The food here is delicious, vegetable driven, consistently well-prepared, and precise in flavor. There is a focus on flavors often associated with Taiwan, Vietnam, Japan, and Thailand. Nothing is muddied: There is clarity on the plate. Prices are extremely reasonable such that a couple can eat here for between $30-60, including tax, drinks, and tip. Plates are small and meant to be shared. The presentation of the food is thoughtful: Plates are not busy, and nothing is there that's unnecessary or meant to show a chef being clever. The room is very much like what you find in neighborhoods of Tokyo, Tokyo, and the Lower East Side or East Village of NYC. Staff are cool, respectful, well-informed, and rather hip. It would be nice if Night Market could serve cocktails, but until they do, go to PARK, across the street, for those, and eat at Night Market. I go to this restaurant about a dozen times a year.