Pleasant ambience, good service, good food - what more could you ask for? Conveniently located near center city.
My husband loved his meal here (because of the mushroom sauce) and my plate was very good. We were one of only two tables being occupied at the time but the service and barman were continually talking with the other table. Also their credit card reader wasn't working at the time. Overall the food was good, but as noted above,... More
walking distance from the Plaza Las Delicias, the food is good and it has a nice patio for night use(during the day is very hot weather) remember Puerto Rico is summer weather all year long during the winter is a lot nicer but as they say Ponce is Ponce never rains really hot weather
I was recently in PR visiting a coffee plantation not far from this restaurant (Hacienda Maribo) and was recommended to try this place on my way down the mountain. The restaurant is located on a hill, overlooking the hills, mountains and a town. It's really a beautiful rest stop for a weekend lunch! There is an outdoor patio with seating... More
After our coffee tour we went to the Maribo located up a hill, off Highway 10. You can easily miss the sign. It was raining and as we pulled up, one of the waiters run out with an umbrella to keep us dry. Everyone was so helpful. With the mist over the hills, we had a gorgeous view of Adjuntas.... More
This is one of my favorite restaurants ever. The food taste soooo good, service is really good, and it isn't so expensive. This restaurant is now located at Adjuntas PR, and it's name was changed to Hacienda Maribo.
Terrible place. We ordered appetizers and two steaks. It took 55 minutes for the appetizers (we were on our 3rd waiter by then our of 4 and 75 for the steaks. My rare was med/well done and my wife's steak, was blood rare despite asking for medium. They took it back twice, with a great huff and a puff and... More
Nice ambiance... good service, not a lot of variety in the menu to the typical Argentinian food. The baby churrasco is pretty nice...
Somebody needs to talk to owner... It's all wrong. Pasta was under cooked. They did not bring us all of our order or explain why they did not.
My family is from Ponce, PR, so when I brought 3 of my friends to PR with me, I wanted them to eat some good Argentinian food and have a good night with some sangria. Boy, was I wrong! The sangria was $30 and tasted like FRUIT PUNCH, they have NO plantains bc they "ran out" (so no tostones or... More
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