We inquired from the front-desk attendant at our resort where we could get some local food. Being from Aguadilla, she suggested this. Parking was tricky due to the crowd, which was our first sign that this was a good choice. Menu was in both English and Spanish, and had plenty of choices. The three of us each got different meals, and all agreed that their paella was "to die for"! I would definitely eat here again, and don't even need a menu - just bring on the paella!
Service is slower than what I'm used to in the states, but I attribute that to "Island Time" which I need to slow down and enjoy!!
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