We ate with our two kids at Pasta y Pueblo and really enjoyed the meal. We had to wait one hour, 15 minutes to get a table. They only seat around 15-20 in this small venue. The menu only had a few selections but we all enjoyed them a lot. The entrees are served on pasta with your choice of sauce. I had the carbonara sauce which was excellent. Salads were included and were great as well. The restaurant is pretty much an open-air shack, and the tables sit wobbly on concerte and stone pavement, but the food and service make it worth the wait. Plus, it's right on the beach and you can walk there after dinner.
The waitress moved very efficiently, waiting on all parties at once, but doing it well. She told us they were preparing to relocate so be sure to check to see if there is an updated address before you go.
Also, the didn't serve alcohol and they didn't take credit cards - cash only!
It was an enjoyable evening and memorable meal our family shared at Pasta y Pueblo on our Spring Break trip to Puerto Rico!
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