The aromas alone are enough to bring you through the door, where you'll be greeted with visual and culinary delights. The small, comfortable, formal dining room has Asian antiques, and a fountain murmurs on a patio in the back. The chef blends Asian spices with aplomb, creating sublime pad thai, chicken curry, Thai lamb shank, and the catch of the day with lemon–black bean sauce. In high season, you can order mussels in a coconut broth, and shrimp with chilies and peanuts.
To wash it all down? Try the Ginger Martini. Although some of the dishes are not authentic Thai cuisine, remember that you're in Mexico and that the prices are reasonable for such memorable food.