When it comes to landmark places for traditional cuisine, you have to include this place. You'll find the usual Puerto Rican plates, with generous portions and good taste (albeit the beans were disappointing since they cook them with carrots (?), maybe the cook is Dominican)). Place is quite small (maybe 30 people tops) and clean. As for service expect the usual island service: no water nor refills unless you ask for them, no bread, took almost an hour for food to be delivered to the table (we were 7). As pointed out elsewhere, menu is in Spanish and does not display the prices. Since I did not pay for the meal I don't know how much it was, but it obviously puts clients, specially non-Spanish speaking tourists, in a very uncomfortable position of having to ask for the prices.
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