Time Out says
Award-winning restaurant focused on healthy vegetarian fare
The food many not be 100-percent vegetarian (seafood features on the menu) but the reasonable prices and health-conscious twists (no MSG, food coloring or preservatives, only good-quality oil and properly fermented soy sauce) on Thai and Western favorites still make Na Aroon well worthy of a pilgrimage for any student of vegetarianism. Tofu and soy protein are coaxed into a generally convincing array of mock meat and fish items. Even skeptical carnivores will find it hard to resist trademarked house specials such as the yum tua ploo (wing beans with crispy shallots and boiled eggs), mee grob (caramelized crispy rice noodles) and phad tai malagor (stir-fried tofu with tamarind sauce and raw papaya).