The took to much time todo everything. Even to pass the credit card. The restaurant was not full, they should be more organize.
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If you like Pork Chops go to La Guardarraya Restaurant. Their special menu is, Chuleta Can-Can. It's a big piece of pork chop, enough for at least two people. This is the home of Chuleta Can-Can. Excellent taste, very good to eat with rice and beans, fries, salad, etc. They have a good variety of foods. They are located in the... More
The food was delicious. If you are looking for a good creole Puertorrican food, this is one place that you have to visit. The "chuleta can can" (fried pork) was very good and well cooked. The "res encebollado"with sweet plantains was delicious. The place is old fashioned and cultural.
What a find! This was one of the best meals on our trip around PR. Food was authentic and very good. We enjoyed visiting with the owner to learn more about the restaurant and local history. We came in at the end of a busy day but got great service. Our server was wonderful even though our spanish was terrible.... More
Excellent food, ambience and service. The food is exquisite and is served fast by kind, and friendly personnel. The site is easy to find and is located in a cozy jibaro local. Is excellent for a family or friends meal.
I have a house in Guanica (near the Copamarina Hotel) so it's a trek to go to Guayanilla. But it's TOTALLY worth it! Two and I were friends visiting from Buenos Aires (where I live) and I wanted them to have the experience of REAL criollo (down home) cooking. Guardarraya lived up to ALL my expectations! Imagine an Argentinian praising... More
Easy to find location. The restaurant itself is quite nice. We were a group of 4 on a weekday and there was plenty of seating. The service was very nice and the food was a typical very well prepared puertorrican meal . I of course ordered the house specialty "Chuleta Can-Can" it was delicious. Since its family owned for many... More
Awesome typical fried food. Seafood!!! no competition Beer icy cold "vestidita de novia" pastelitos, empanadas A place I will go again next time
We got there around 4pm on a Saturday. The place is nice and service was fast for the amount of people eating and waiting. We had chuleta, arroz mamposteao and Mofongo. The "chuleta can can" was huge and perfectly cook. Prices are great for the amount of food served. We paid around $70 including drinks, tax and tips... for 4,... More
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