Great food, one of the best examples of local food, fresh seafood, killer passion fruit sangria. Service we humble but efficient.
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This restaurant is away from what would be considered the typical tourist route. We liked it because of the good food and nice laid back atmosphere. This is not a fancy place, just a good place to eat. Ask for the seafood mix called El...More
First off, there was no a/c, so the doors were open and the mosquitoes feasted on us. We were the first ones in there but they kind of ignored us for a few minutes, and then a tour bus filled with older Americans came in...More
We ate dinner here one evening, sat on the patio area looking out to the water. The food was relatively good but somewhat expensive (although on par with other restaurants in Puerto Rico). The mofongo side was not as good as what we had had...More
La Parrilla is known for there lobster and cartucho fish when in season, we were lucky to have been able to have the famous fish, QUEEN SNAPPER. Delicious! Try the trifongo the best you'll ever have. I give them 5 stars but it's a very...More
Appetizers were below average - the sample Boricua was a selection of bland over-fried items. Entrees were average, but when considering the price, we felt over-priced. The one that stood out was Medallones de Cerdo Rellenos.
If you are looking for fresh seafood you can't go wrong here. Set back from the road, it is a little hard to find. You are past it before you see it but it is worth seeking out. Grouper done three ways, land crab, lobster...More
We came in strangers and left feeling like family! Loved that our waitress, Rumi, engaged our kids and encouraged them to order their meals in Spanish. Food was delicious. The "Frankie Special" was a hit, the Pina colada was unreal and mojito was unforgettable. We...More