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I usually stop at Raices in Old San Juan for mofongo but was looking for a little change up. First off when you walk in this place your amazed by the stuff hanging on the walls and from the ceiling. The overall decor is so...More
My friends and I were in San Juan for a long weekend and we were on the hunt for some GOOD real authentic PR food. We walked around Old San Juan on Friday night and came across AJO. WE loved the decor and the vibe...More
For a true taste of local Puerto Rican food you’ve got to try this. Fantastic food awesome and helpful staff. They really made my first trip to PR much easier to navigate while serving some really yummy food. Told us all about the local area...More
We were in San Juan for a short time during a recent cruise. On our ride to El Moro we asked our taxi driver where they make the best mofongo in town. She adamantly replied “Ajo del Pais.” At lunchtime we headed down some narrow...More
Loved eating here with the family. We wanted to eat at a local place, this place was great. The owner was so nice and friendly- he provided excellent service. It was our first time trying a Mofongo dish==they were great as well. I haf the...More
Initially my husband and I ducked into this place to escape the sweltering heat outside. There is no A/C, but the fans worked their magic!
The food! Oh my heavens the food! I had one goal in Puerto Rico and it was to get mofongo....More
Shopping in Old San Juan & the clerk tells us to go across the street for the best Parcha Mohitos (Passionfruit) well, no twist of my arm necessary!
My daughter & I grab a seat by the window next to the street, a wonderful young...More
We wandered in for a drink in the afternoon and immediately decided we would need to return for dinner. The atmosphere is laid back and quirky; you feel the Caribbean vibes immediately.
The food was unbelievable- especially the pulpo arepas de cocos (loosely translated as...More
After touring the Castillo San Felipe del Morro fort in the heat, we stopped in here for lunch. I had the grouper in garlic with fried plantains My wife had chicken empanada and shrimp skewers. Both meals hit the spot after walking the fort in...More