Just looking for a place to eat local food we ran into a house turned into a restaurant in low income residential area of Esperanza. The place is nothing fancy (they even have a horse stable in the back of the house), some may even think it is a third world setting, and you will be served while the owner (tito bloque) might be relaxing in a hammock.
The food is typical Puertorrican-vieques food. Have to say that the arepas (fried dough), with seafood salad or with " caracoles" (a type of conch), the caracoles turnover and their grilled lobster ("langosta a la parrilla") were excellent. If you are in a hurry or are picky with the appearance of the place just don't go. Otherwise, if you want to have a couple of beers, simple cocktails while you wait for your food in an unpretentious, casual and totally informal place this is a good choice.
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