Carretera 15 Ramal 741 km 0.5 BO. Culebra Alto, Cayey, 00736
Thursday 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 8:30 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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El Mesón de Melquiades - 787-738-4083
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Hector Grullon said 4 years ago
This place is magical! We've been here several times and the food and the service only gets better...
Ian Rovira said 5 years ago
Wow! Amazing food and excellent service
Manuel Mas said 5 years ago
One of my favorite restaurants. The restaurant is on top of a hill so the road there is scenic. It has great views. I always go for the simple stuff. You have to eat the Alcapurrias (with corned beef inside), Masitas de Cerdo and Cocido de Patitas de Cerdo.
oRi David Flores said 5 years ago
Excellent food...the best I've tried in a while. Great service with very attentive staff. A must!!!
Rodolfo Salgado said 6 years ago
I've been going to El Melquiades since 2007 and i loved this place. I recommend you to anytime of the year. The food is good , the breeze and chilled temperature is remarkable. See you there soon@!
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