This tiny shop, situated on a one-way street off Hallandale Beach Boulevard, is run by a sweet little dark-haired woman named Im Kupradit who sits at a desk in the front beside a large poster of the Thai solar calendar. In the afternoons, her 5-year-old son helps her stock shelves in his school uniform. The size of the shop might be limited, but its aisles are full. One aisle carries sauces and curries—anything from oyster sauce to sriracha and even preserved duck eggs. Another aisle is teetering with its spread of ramen, lai fun, and vermicelli noodles. They also import all kinds of South Pacific delicacies like shrimp-flavored chips, bamboo shoots, green tea desserts, and Pocky, a Japanese biscuit stick coated in chocolate. Im reports that customers travel from all over South Florida for specific ingredients from her shop. She welcomes everyone to call ahead to check if she has a particular item or to stop in on their own.