In love with the service, location and taste of the cuisine. Great place to eat, drink and stay relax!
I was touring around Fajardo looking for a place to grab food out of the hotel ($$$$). On my way to the Marina I found this shiny beacon with Orange Umbrellas, a minimalist and clean decor and with a really good view. Stopped and asked and they were just opening, so I came back after 30 minutes for lunch and... More
Our evening was looking to be a disaster after having gone to La Ola Rest. The host & servers here were the complete opposite of what we had just experienced. The nouveau decor was cool. The restrooms immaculate & service was superb. Our drinks were the house Sangria (really good). We wound up ordering the Rainbow Sushi that came with... More
The food was great, and the service was better. Our waiter Freddie made nice recommendations, ceviche was good, also the yuca gnocchi was delicious.
If you are nearby Fajardo or staying in the famous El Conquistador Resort (just 3 minutes away), you can't leave without visit this amazing restaurant. I ate the BEST "yuca gnocchis" with a pesto sauce. the appetizers and the yuca flan was excellent too. But the best part of our experience was the great service, always ask for Freddie, he... More
Our family of five ate here for dinner on one of the last nights while on our vacation at Las Casitas Village, a 5 minute drive away. Everything was delicious, from the regular sushi to their famous sushi "pizza" (sounds a little weird but amazing), to the spring roll appetizer and even the kids' mac & cheese (among the best... More
Best meal we had in the area, good fusion food, a little sushi, a little seafood, great red snapper, and also had vegetarian options, hard to find in Puerto Rico
Food was ok. Mufongo was good but not great. Ceviche was delicious. Interior of restaurant really leaves something to be desired. Just bland and unwelcoming. All fresco dining was nice. Waiter was excellent. Helped us choose entrees and apps. Would go back but would not be chomping at the bit to get there
Freddie was the master of ceremonies for the meal. Frankly, I prefer traditional plantain mafungo to yucca base but my husband was so enthralled with his, that since back home he's been recipe hunting to try to recreate it. My whole red snapper was gorgeous and delicious. This ranks among the most fabulous meals we sampled during our stay.
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