Pikayo is certainly a step-up from what you normally get in Puerto Rican cuisine. The service is EXCELLENT and the food is gourmet. However, coming from New York and being a bit of a foodie, the food was not as innovative as I was hoping. The tuna tartar, beef carpaccio, and other appetizers were nothing special -- by no means BAD, and actually quite good -- but nothing different from you'd get at a nice restaurant anywhere else in the US. The food is expensive, too. The one surprise, however, were the rice and beans -- a simple Puerto Rican classic that was simply made to perfection. Good food, but very expensive and nothing too special.
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