We originally came to this hotel to eat at Palio and go to the casino. We were upset at first to discover Palio closed since we called the hotel to ask what dining options there were and they listed several places but failed to mention that nothing but Shimas was open. I'm half Chinese and was wary of how authentic the food would be in a hotel in Puerto Rico
Our best dish was the char siu pork tenderloin, it's something different and the coconut mashed potatoes mixed well. The dim sum trio was also pretty good, my husband had the Mongolian beef and the rest of the party ordered teriyaki with noddles which tasted acceptable but was nothing special. Desserts were very we had the coconut tart and deep fried cheesecake.
Service was friendly and attentive. It's pricey for what you get, my recommendation would be to order several appetizers which are more unique and then order one or two dishes to share.
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