Norraset Nareedokmai, acclaimed chef of Bangkok Balcony fame, helms the ornately edible wheel that steers this cozy and creative eatery. Small plates include everything from rolls to dumplings. Try the fresh rolls ($5.50 for two), which hug crispy tofu, rice noodles, and veggies inside rice paper, or the salmon-stuffed dumplings ($4.50 for three). Chicken kabobs ($5.50 for two), banana-leaf cups of curried tilapia ($6.95), and chicken and beef satay ($4.95) round out the tapas menu. Service a heartier appetite with Silk Elephant's curry selections (from $12.95) or classic noodle and rice dishes (from $9.95).