Classic PR cuisine but with a creative twist. We came in a group of 9. All the appetizers I tried and the main dishes were superb. Try the fish tacos, meat dumplings, or shrimp tostones. I'm fond of the fresh fish (red snapper) broiled with a simple lemon, butter and cilantro sauce. The meat paella was excellent. They have about a dozen top notch mojitos and a couple of sangrias to boot. Not touristy. Cozy, but noisy. Service is affable but can be spotty or slow. It's in Miramar, a residential neighborhood. It's as good or better than the top PR cuisine joints in La Placita in Santurce but not as well known.
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