We tried Antojitos for dinner the night we got to Puerto Rico as we wanted true Puerto Rican cuisine. We stayed at the Rio Mar, so it wasn't too far from the resort. We tried several appertizers, which consisted of fried cheese and a fried corn meal item. I can't say that I liked them. The entrees however, were delicious. I had the chicken dish. The beans and chicken were flavorful and the prices aren't bad. We also had breakfast here, which is the typical pancakes, ham and eggs etc. It appears that Puerto Rico isn't big on breakfast, so things are simple. This restaurant isn't fancy, they use paper cups and the dining is simple. But the food isn't bad at all.