This isn't the only place in town to include Thai food on the menu, but it is the first restaurant in the city to specifically focus on the culture and cuisine of Thailand. Most of the authentic plates crafted here are sourced from Placita de Santurce, only steps away from the location, one of the neighborhood's oldest local fruit and vegetable markets.
Come here to find all of your South Asian favorites, including rice, noodles, and curry dishes, many with a Latin flair. Guests can also peruse menus for desserts, cocktails, and sandwiches.
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