Piscolabis offers you a taste of the lighter side of food truck culture in Puerto Rico. Turns out it tastes just as good as the heavy, really. Incongruous in thought, but perfectly sensible in execution. Tapas populate the menu's top half, with offerings like tostones, risotto croquettes and chicken dumplings weakening hunger pangs; setting them up for the latter half's death blow - gourmet wraps and pastas that merge European flavors with local Puerto Rican technique.
A fine selection of soups also rotates, along with deserts that'll clean up any hungry spots left in the system. The quality of the ingredients, and the warmth of Psciolabis' hospitality has made them a local force to be reckoned with, despite the innocuousness of the cuisine, spreading the secret wide and far: sometimes lighter wins the day.