The restaurant is good local PR food. Majority are locals rather than tourists. The setting is beautiful...a short boat ride on a small man-made lake and you eat at an outdoor patio. Service was friendly but slow but hey, it's PR, plus we weren't in a hurry, so no issue. Food was tasty with good variety though over-priced. You are paying for location as well. Sangria was really excellent and a reasonable price at $5 per glass.
Don't go late...we arrived earlier than expected...11:00 at the boat launch and it was fine but when we returned about 2pm, there were a lot of people waiting to get a boat to a restaurant.
If you are inclined, check out the Cueva Ventana, which is 10 min away first (and early), then follow-up with relaxed lunch. It makes for a nice but interesting day trip.
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