We happened to find it while looking for souvenirs to take home to our daughters...so glad we did!! Delicious and affordable, with an adorable atmosphere and great service.
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We accidentally found this restaurant while souvenir shopping. When ordering our food I opted to stay close to a taste I know (sort of) and ordered the mofongo pollo my friend ordered pernil and we both truly enjoyed our meals! I'm so glad we stopped...More
This place is a hidden restaurant behind a store, so it is not infested with tourists. It serves authentic PR food. Enjoyed the Mofongos and other dishes.
You might walk right past this spot thinking it is only the Kamel International Bazaar (which offers nice mid-high-end wares). However, if you look closer you'll find a small sign at the entrance advertising the restaurant with the day's special. In my case, it was...More
My husband and I were skeptical at first, after learning the restaurant was in the back of a gift shop, but what a surprise! Our first authentic Puerto Rican meal was absolutely delicious! And I had the best sangria I've ever tasted! The waitresses were...More
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You enter the restaurant through the back of a gift shop but once you enter the restaurant its light and open. We were the only people when we arrived but several groups arrived about half way through our meal. We saw from other reviews that...More
We make our meals fresh and the Pernil takes a little longer than the other dishes. Hope you can make it back soon to try our Pernil.
Yes you do enter via the gift shop. Food was good but not outstanding. We had cod fish cake appetizer. Hit the spot. Then permil (roasted pork ) with 2 sides very tasty and mofongo fish. Very generous serving. This was for 3. An entree...More
This restaurant is hidden the back of a cute gift shop. It had very good reviews so we stopped. Service was good on arrival, but it took quite awhile to get food (and the place was almost empty). Drinks were good. The pulled pork was...More