Got this recommendation from our cab driver. If you have 2 hours to kill and are hungry, it's very close to the airport and good PR cuisine. Locals eat there, but it's nice tablecloth/waiter service. Prices typical for tourist area. My husband had their pasteles, and he enjoyed them. Their mofongo, which is what I was yearning for, was terrific. They had a good, varied menu.
Tip: if you do want the mofongo as a meal option rather than side dish, ask. For some reason, it's only shown as a side dish, but you can get it as a dinner option with whatever meat/seafood you want.
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