My wife and I came in for a late lunch at around 2pm. You could hear “salsa” latin music playing in the background but not too loud to make it uncomfortable. I ordered churrasco steak with a side of Mofongo and Mamposteado rice...excellent presentation and taste. My wife had the steak with onions or bistec encebollado and tostones de platano. She says the steak could use a little less vinegar but was still good. Puertoricans are very energetic and that is reflected in the tone of the conversations so embrace it and enjoy everything this restaurant can offer. Our waiter, Edsel, was very attentive and answered all our questions. The fired pork or carne frita looked delicious but that will be for another visit! As desert..ry the flan..amazing..I will definitely come back next time I am in town.
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