The apetizers were good, the service was attentive and friendly. Good music and a respectable wine list. The atmosphere is pleasant.
My sister and I visited Puerto Rico and dined at AireNumo. The service was excellent and the cold Sangria - which we were told is the recipe of the chef's mother from Spain - was excellent and perfect after a hot day of touring the forts. The seafood paella was very good. The flavor was excellent. The only negative about... More
We went to Airenumo for the Paella and were not disappointed. They had great choices and we had 4 different ones brought to the table. Each was cooked perfectly, had great spice and flavor, and the variations were distinct - not just the same thing with different meats. After, we had dessert, and they have a great selection, so go... More
Go to this place or its sister restaurant La Rubia across the street if you are willing to pay double prices for dishes you could easily get in various Old San Juan restaurants. Both are owned by the same couple who charge overpriced items in a tourist trap attitude. Definitely not worth what the charge.
It was delicious. We got the dorado and some plantain stuffed with beef dish. Both wonderful! Great beer selection as well. My mojito was yummy and the owner gave great service and made us feel at home. She gave great suggestions for dishes and explanations of drinks. Our server was very helpful and fun to chat with.
The food is wonderful and the paellas are amazing. The paellas here rival the ones I had in Barcelona. A must try!
A large group of us stumbled upon this restaurant late at night, and we were pleasantly surprised! They had a large selection of burgers which were great, and the mojitos were fresh and delicious. Empanadas were also great, try them with the guava sAuce! The staff was extremely friendly, and we had a great time talking with them. Price was... More
We stayed at the Hilton and asked the hotel concierge for his suggestion for the best paella in Old San Juan and he suggested this place. It was a short walk from the end of the bus route. They offer 25 different paellas and the Paella Marisco (seafood paella) was the most expensive on the menu but it was the... More
We stopped here for coffee and dessert one night. It was delicious, so we came back the next night for dinner. My husband ordered the paella, I had the stuffed pepper and mofongo. Everything was fresh and well prepared. The service was excellent. The atmosphere was relaxing. We plan to return here when in Old San Juan again.
We stumbled upon AireNumo for an early lunch as we walked into Old San Juan after walking thru El Morro national monument. It wasn't but maybe a 15 min walk as we just meandered thru the narrow streets seeing what there was to see before we toured San Cristobal...which was about a 15 min walk from AireNumo. The menu specialized... More
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