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Due to Existing Executive Order , We Only work with reservations Since we are at 30% Occupancy. Also the last Reservation we Take is at 8:00 PM Since We Must be Closed by 11:00 Pm without Customers Inside the Restaurant . Masks required. Also advise if there are Children on the table, so we can better prepare with distancing and any other needs. Thank You
We were lucky to have a reserved lunch in this classy yet cozy restaurant, with a very attentive and professional staff. Service was fast and efficient. The food was just incredibly good. We decided to take a break from the typical local cuisine, and we...found the best change of scenery on Trois Cent Onze. Their wine menu is really well-armed, and I highly highly recommend the risottos, the best I've ever had. This is a place worth visiting many timesMore
So often in Puerto Rico I’ve found restaurants to be unaccommodating, with young, untrained staff. This is different! The staff was great, the food was expertly prepared, and the ambiance was unmatched.
Arriving at Trois Cent Onze was like entering a bistro in Paris and the French-speaking server added to the overall ambiance. The menu is classically French. We started with the steak tartar which was delicious, albeit with a bit more of a kick than the...traditional version. My bouillabaisse was full of seafood but I found the broth a bit thin and lacking in flavor. My husband’s duck was perfectly cooked and my son loved the mushroom risotto, which was huge in portion size. By far, the best dish was the raspberry souffle – light, airy and flavorful. It was one of the best souffles I have ever had anywhere in the world.More
311 Trois Cent Onze is a very friendly French restaurant in Old San Juan. Our party of 8 ordered a variety of appetizers and entrees. The vote among my friends was unanimously positive. I loved my Bouillabaisse, and my friends could not say enough about...their steaks and scallops. We appreciated friendly service for a large and loud group, and would definitely recommend this restaurant.More
Coq au Vin was no better than the one I made myself from watching a YouTube video. My wife's Lobster Risotto was made with chewy, flavorless Caribbean crawfish, probably previously frozen, and uninspired soggy risotto. Very good fresh baked bread was served with the tiniest...little pat of butter that made it look like a satire of French cuisine and ruined the moment.
Would not recommend.More