Bangkok Jam scores high on first impressions. The sleek decor and classy design right down to the coasters is very easy on the eye.
My Thai fried rice was served in a motar and pestle bowl and overall very well presented. The food was average, and typical Thai dishes like Tom Yum Goong and Pineapple fried rice tasted pretty standard. All in all, Bangkok Jam isn't worth a one-hour wait, but by all means check it out if there isn't a queue.
Bangkok Jam at wheelock place feels like a real Thai restaurant, equally busy and boisterous. Some might say that it's a little chaotic, but it adds to their charm. I especially love their phad thai, and honey chicken is commendable. For desserts, their mango sticky rice is a little too sweet though.
Bangkok Jam is not a place to chit chat or catch up with friends, since it's really crowded on weekends. However, it is a great place for thai food that tastes a bit more genuine. We paid about $15 each, which I feel was reasonable.
A small piece of advice, do not order their beer if you want a drink. Close to $10 for a minuscule glass that satisfies nothing.