I was introduced to this restaurant shortly after it first opened (2003 or 2004??) by a friend who lives in Old San Juan. I have been there many times, but not in several years. Nothing has changes. The food is simple, but well prepared, reasonably priced and the wine is also reasonably priced. Not fancy, but it has a comfortable neighborhood feel. Every time I go there, and this time was no exception, the vast majority of the customers are local residents. The tourists still have not found this gem in Old San Juan just one-half of a block from the corner of Calle Cruz and Calle San Francisco on Plaza de Armas. Had the caprese and penne with the best puttanesca sauce that I have ever had, even in Boston's North End.
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