150 Calle San SebastiÃ¡n, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico
150 Calle San SebastiÃ¡n San Juan PR
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Kate Phillips said 5 years ago
This place had terrible service. I was in San Juan for a wedding this past week. On a Thursday night a group of 8 of us decided to go to dinner around 8:30 pm to this restaurant. It took about 30 minutes to seat us which was fine and understandable as we did not have reservations and just walked in. Once seated... it took a long time to get drinks or take our orders. A few members of my group ordered apps. Once part of the group received the chips and dip at an appropriate time. The couple sitting across from me did not get the wings they ordered before the meal until after our meals came out. It took almost 3 hours for our food to come out. I ordered a burrito bowl and it was only slightly warm. This was the case for almost all the people who ordered a bowl. They messed up another persons order and she had to wait to have her meal mixed again. It also took an extremely look time to get our checks once we had finished eating. We ended up having to get another waiter to cash us out up front. They did give us each a shot for free and apologized but its no excuse nor did it make the situation better. I will never return to this place and do not suggest it to anyone visiting San Juan.
Ashley Cervantes said 4 years ago
You have to come here!!! The Unlimited Mimosas with different flavors is the best in town! Try the banana nutella stuffed croissant !!!
Bryan Carroll said 5 years ago
Nice spot with a really cool interior. The pan seared fish was great. Friendly servers and relaxed atmosphere. A bit pricey for what you get.
A320steven said 5 years ago
Over all horrible service. Unprofessional staff -.-
Felix Barber said 5 years ago
Terrible service, food took far too long
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