For $8 we got a fried chicken lunch plate. Seemed a bit expensive for fried chicken and french fries, but you are on an island with food being shipped in. There were no menus presented and our dining companions said that was the only item served. You have choice of french frieds or fried plantains. Food was delicious and chicken was perfectly cooked.
This is a tiny hole in the wall just past the Rincon restaurant and again, family owned, so be patient.
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