Citysearch Editorial Review.
Loud and large are two words that come to mind when entering this Thai restaurant, which replaced the sumptuous Jack Falstaff. The beautiful green suede walls and expansive windows from Falstaff are still here, although the tables are now black, faux-wood numbers with simple metal chairs. Music reminiscent of a Castro club in the 90s blares, while the mix and match, customizable menu is typical, unimaginative Thai--think crispy rolls, curries, and noodle soups--with affordable options, daily specials, and over-sized portions. The wait staff is efficient and eager to please, yet quietly blends into the background. While it’s not recommended for a business lunch or a date of any importance, Ozone Thai is perfectly suitable for an inexpensive group happy hour of office lunch.