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A social obligation had my wife and myself driving to Arecibo. After this was discharged, we proceeded to MenTa, which had been recommended by a good friend. All the food was out of this world, with some of it being things that we had never...tried such as the cetí empanadas and alcapurrias and the shrimp kebabs with codfish tempura.The dessert was so good that we ordered it twice(baklava). Will definitely be backMore
We stopped in at a suggestion of our daughter who knows the chef Cedric. This is a wonderful little place to eat fresh fish. The owner, Cedric, goes fishing in the morning and what he catches is the catch of the day on his menu...that evening. We had silk red snapper and it was wonderful. The atmosphere is casual. The drinks are also very good. You could not ask for more freshness then what you will receive here.
Excellent service and food.More
I visited the place with my wife and another couple. It was early in the afternoon. There was only another couple in the dining area. There was a young lady who took care of us. We ordered a margarita, a mojito and a bottle of...wine. The drinks were awful. The bartender needs an urgent crash course on drinks preparation. (I can also suggest a cocktails recipe book. There are plenty out there). The wine was hot. I would calculate between 86 and 90 degrees. It was hard to swallow. Then we ordered onion soup. We got an onion paste instead with a slice of bread on top. Almost no liquid. The taste was good, though. Then we ordered the main course. The only fish available was black tuna. It wasn't great, but somehow kind of balanced off a little the bad experience so far. One final note: the food price is affordable, but the drinks are priced as if the place is located in the Condado!More