One-Ten Thai is a hidden hipster haven near the old Air Force base of Aguadilla. The menu seems to be local, organic with an impressive selection of craft beers, for Puerto Rico.
The hostess location is center of the front porch behind a stairway. It would have been more obvious if they have a hostess posted their the entire time. However, it seems like the staff keeps their hands full so you might show up like I did; walking around the place like an idiot trying to figure out how to grab a table.
The outside is rugged Caribbean with open porch structure, bamboo, and simple white furniture.
Interior is rugged contemporary with very low lighting, exposed pine, and simple bamboo decor. I smiled to myself when I looked down and realized my table was a top of 2x6's and Torx driven decking screws. Don't expect a quite dinner. This place is like a NY cocktail bar.
I first ordered the Dim Sim. Three dumplings came out garnished with cilantro and a side of red cabbage. Although the temperature was good the dumplings texture was a little on the rubbery side. It could have used a little more time in the pan to get a niece crisp sear. The dumpling itself had very little flavor, except for the intense soy sauce that came along with it. The red cabbage seemed to have a vinegar flavor to it, as if it was pickled but the texture was too raw for it to be pickled. It left me a little confused in nailing down the flavor.
I then ordered the Chicken Massaman. Opposite to the Dim SIm that I recieved, the Chicken Massaman was full of flavor. I ordered the Spicy and I found that it had just enough kick without being overpowering. The vegetables were very fresh and the portion was filling but not overwhelming. The rice was cooked slightly over perfection, but I like my rice a little firm.
Over all, I think that One-Ten Thai is a wonderful place to get a decent bite to eat when you are feeling healthy.
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