Condado Vanderbilt Hotel, 1055 Ashford Ave., San Juan, PR 00907

African Restaurant, Cocktail Bar, British Restaurant, Brunch Restaurant, Buffet Restaurant, Canadian Restaurant, Diner, Chinese Restaurant, Dessert Restaurant, Filipino Restaurant, Fine Dining Restaurant, French Restaurant, German Restaurant, Health Food Restaurant, Indian Restaurant, Jamaican Restaurant, Lobster Restaurant, Malaysian Restaurant, Organic Restaurant, Restaurant, Restaurants, Thai Restaurant, Vegan Restaurant

Restaurant, Food


Open Hours

Tuesday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Friday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Saturday 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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Lewin Edwards said 4 years ago
This is an absolutely top notch fine dining establishment in the Condado area. I first visited here before the actual hotel was open, and now more recently for my birthday. The service is superb, the food and wine/cocktail selection is amazing, the ambience is quiet and refined. Ideal for entertaining high value business associates, or having a romantic dinner with the significant other. Rivals, or exceeds, my favorite NYC restaurants.
Deborah Arteaga said 5 years ago
My husband and I frequent fine-dining establishments, and this one outranks them all. We had the tasting menu, which was amazing. The service is perfect, and the staff is excited to be working in such a restaurant. There is a dress code, which I liked. Ladies should wear a nice dress, gentlemen a coat, or at least a button-down shirt with nice slacks. Don't miss this amazing place if you are in San Juan!
Katie Bowden said 5 years ago
Over priced, undercooked, room temp fish and the waiter wanted to argue about it. We won't be back after leaving there hungry after a 4 course meal. The only thing good was our group that accompanied us.
ramon ramos said 5 years ago
Excellent upscale restaurant, with a service which is second to none. If you are ready to slurge, you won't regret it. Enrique the captain is amazing guy.
Joanne A said 5 years ago
Not worth it! Had the tasting menu and the food was very good to over cooked depending on the course, lobster was over cooked and risotto was delicious. all the dessert were good too. They do some sneaky surcharges so watch out. Our table was charged $36 dollars for water on top of an over $500 bill. I wouldn't mind if that was explained to us up front but the waiter did not. I think if you want to charge people they should be informed. Obviously we were not expecting an inexpensive meal but I don't want to feel ripped off and that I have to scrutinize the bill for extra padding. Bad form!

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