I'll make it short and sweet. This is a hole-in-the-wall restaurant for great Puerto Rican food. Tostones (fried plantains) were fresh and crispy, and this is something that restaurants usually mess up. The owner offered some of her hot-sauce to mix with the "mayo-ketchup" (Puerto Rican version of thousand island) we had ordered. I was going for the hot-sauce with my spoon in not time...I ordered the pork chop, one of my favorite local foods and it was fried to perfection. And VERY WELL seasoned. My boyfriend had the chicken empanada (breaded fried chicken) and it was very good too. We both had the rice and beans. The rice was just like my mom makes it and the beans were OK. I don't say great because they were Kidney beans and I like pink beans. Getting technical, I know...
I went to buy a bottle of her hot sauce and she had sold out of the 300 something bottles she had packed that week ;) IT'S REALLY GOOD.
DEFINITELY VISIT THIS PLACE! But go with some time to spare. Service can be a little bit slow if they have big groups.
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