I'm originally from Aguadilla but live state side with my husband. He does not speak or understand Spanish that well (yet). The chef himself walked us through the menu in English. We ordered black bean croquettes as an appetizer which came with a honey mustard sauce. The appetizer was delicious as was the condiment. A mix of crisp and soft textures. I ordered the trifongo with chicken as my main dish. Traditional mofongo is my absolute favorite dish. This trifongo made of plantain, yuca (casava), and amarillos (sweet plantain) was pretty dynamite. It came with a savory broth flavored with cilantro. The chicken was lightly battered kinda tempura style and was tasty as well. My husband had churrasco steak with vegetables and spicy rice. His dish was rich in flavor and the steak was perfectly cooked and tender. To accompany my meal I had a sangria made with orange, mango, and apple juice which was just as good as the food was. We really enjoyed our experience at Fufu and would highly recommend it. My only complaint would be that they ran out if dessert before we got there.
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