Over all the atmosphere gives you the feeling of what I would think it is like to eat in an authentic old town restaurant in Puerto Rico. The service was fast and the prices were kind of average. I ordered the Shrimp Mofongo and was a bit disapointed since for $11.50 you only get 3 shrimps, a side of a green salad and the green plantain (mofongo). It felt like they went overbore on the garlic in the Mofongo. All I could taste was garlic so I think they should go a bit more easy on that. 3 shrimps for that price? Come on, make it 5!!!!. The rest of the family ordered the pork ribs which they were happy with and liked it a lot. Drinks are usually served in like a mayo-glass bottles which it makes it feel more as they would serve drinks in Puerto Rico I would think. Over all, I am willing to go back and try other foods from
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