We were in PR for 10 days and ate here every morning. They have a breakfast buffet for (I think) $15.99 per person, but my boyfriend and I preferred a la carte, because we like our eggs over easy rather than scrambled, which is how you get them at the buffet. Anyway, the "over easy" part was a little hit or miss because their griddle was too hot, but most of the time the eggs turned out, and the applewood-smoked bacon they served us the first couple of days was to die for. (They must have run out and switched suppliers, because the bacon we got later in our stay was ok but nothing special.) Our waitress was a charming young woman named Zoiana (I hope I got the spelling right) who greeted us every day with a bright happy smile and very indulgently allowed me to practice my Spanish on her. We ate dinner there one night and it was tasty and not too expensive, and the bar attached to the restaurant makes good drinks.
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