At first I was a bit nervous about setting out after dark to find this restaurant, which sits a few turns off a "main" road. (If you've been to PR, you know that I'm referring to the narrow hidden side streets, which are often driveways in disguise.) However, the hand drawn map in the edition of "Buen Provecho Rincon" was accurate and got us there without any wrong turns. We headed up the stairs to find a dining room, and were immediately led out to the balcony, which overlooked the moonlit sea. It was an astounding view, even at night.
The Thai food was delicious. I had the Massaman curry with both chicken and tofu. Very flavorful, but not too spicy. Actually, the spiciest thing I ordered was ginger tea. Holy ginger! I have never in my days consumed anything as gingery before! What a unique beverage. My husband, being the non-pregnant one, was free to order from the extensive martini list. He tried the cucumber martini and found it to be refreshing and not too sweet. The owner, Clay, also stopped by to check on us and enticed the hubby into ordering an after-dinner Guatemalan rum. Again, he reports that it hit the spot.
We really enjoyed this meal, the atmosphere, and the service. If you are in the mood for Thai, or just a cocktail, check this place out...just make sure that you have really good directions (Clay mentioned that he has a website up with Google maps directions if you can't find a copy of "Buen Provecho".)