First, if you're looking for a fancy place with a lot of fluent English speakers, this place isn't for you. But if you're looking for authentic food and a place frequented by locals --- this is a hands-down home run.This restaurant has it all: a small deli with serrano and iberico ham (yes, it's very expensive). A tremendous bakery that has cheese cake, bread pudding, flan, fresh bread; a small hot food station that had, when I was there, paella; and sandwich after sandwich. I was in a group of six and we tasted the mallorca con queso (a sinful sweet bread grilled crisp stuffed with white cheese); a cuban sandwich (ham, cheese, pernil, mustard, pickle on crunchy grilled bread); two empanadas (meat pies); and cafe con leche (the traditional coffee with hot milk). They also have a fairly full bar and sell wine by the bottle --- we had a tremendous bottle of Rioja for $19. I've spent a lot of time on the Island --- my father is a native --- and I've eaten at a lot of places. For the value and quality, this is among the best. Beware: If you're rushed, you'll be disappointed. It took more than 20 minutes for me to get our order, since there were so many others ahead of us. Keep that in mind. It's also a short (5-7 minute, $12) cab ride from the airport, so if you have a layover, this is the place to stop and get stuffed.
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