The mouthwatering photos on the menu aren't just a marketing ploy. The pictures don't do the real stuff justice. Locals and cruise-ship vacationers frequent this casual Thai/Japanese eatery within walking distance of cruise-port hotels. Seafood is an emphasis here, with specialties like lobster pad Thai and snapper with ginger and scallion. The Thai curries, noodles, and soups can be prepared "Thai hot," but "medium" packs a subtle punch, too. On the sushi side, try the
Beauty and the Beast roll: half tuna, half eel, with avocado, asparagus, scallions, and roe. Decor is eclectic and relaxing, with brightly painted walls and low-hanging sconces. Don't fret if you see a crowd out front. The place does a brisk take-out business.