Went here off the recommendation of a staff member at Hostal Tropical, apparently it's a gringo hotspot, but for good reason. We were told there was a 45 minute wait but after a little Spanish smooth talking to the hostess, we were given a table in about 5 minutes! We started off with the spring rolls which were a little too light and delicate but still tasty. We followed that up with the dim-sum, which were okay but saved by the sweet chili dipping sauce. They touted a small yet impressive craft beer list, most all of which are produced on the island. The Crashboat IPA, named for the beautiful beach nearby, was a respectable IPA, although not the best I've had. I got the Thai basil curry with shrimp, which was very good, but not nearly spicy enough for me. If you like spicy food, order it "Thai hot" without fear. The flavors could have been richer but it was amazing for Puerto Rican thai. My homie got the pad thai which also lacked in spiciness and was more or less drowned out by the heavy use of tamarind in the sauce. Over all, it was a quick, enjoyable dining experience and would recommend it to gringos and locals alike. Be prepared to wait though! Although we got a little lucky, our waiter couldn't believe how fast we were sat.
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