My husband and I hiked El Yunque and then in the afternoon drove clockwise along the coast with Paradise Sea Food as our easternmost destination. It was not a garishly flashy place, and we almost missed it along the small road that was the "highway" we followed. Parking was on the street, and when we arrived Wed. night around 5:30 we were the first ones there, so we had excellent wait service. The decor is very much like the seafood restaurants in Morehead, NC -- plastic table cloths, ocean paraphernalia on the walls, nothing fancy. But the lobster-stuffed mahi-mahi we had was very good, and the flan we had for dessert was the best we'd ever had, bar none. The portions were generous and the side dishes were plentiful -- we had our choice of starches and chose "cassava puffs," fascinating lightly fried balls of cassava that are a bit heavy but yet complemented the seafood well -- very much like a larger, heavier version of the hush puppies of Morehead. We felt like we experienced a local, not touriste, restaurant and enjoyed the experience.
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