This restaurant is just a few kilometers down the same street were La Cueva Del Indio in Barrio Islote Arecibo is located. The sign is small so be careful not to miss it. The restaurant is in front of the beach and it has tables inside and outside but all have ocean views. We ordered the sampler as appetizer (fried native food like alcapurrias, sorullitos, bacalaitos). The kids had pepperoni pan pizza and fish fajitas ( they are called fajitas but they are really like bigger sized fish sticks with fries). We also ordered Chillo fillet with fried plantains and veggies, a side or rice and beans and mofongo. We all had piñas coladas and for dessert chocolate cake and vanilla ice cream (called tsunami). Everything was delicious!! Be prepared to wait as the food is all freshly made and they take a little longer than usual to take the food to,your table. The restaurant is a bit expensive (over 70 dollars for a family of four including tip). Did I mention its ocean front? And that you can see the sunset and may even see turtles coming to shore to lay their eggs? Wow! It's totally worth the time and money!
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