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El Quenepo

Fine Dining on the Malecón Located steps from the beach, El Quenepo is an open air dining experience that takes advantage of the wonderful tropical breezes and views of the Caribbean Sea.

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Austin Grant said 4 years ago
The hosts were amazing, the food well presented and rich flavors. The seafood was cooked perfectly. A fine dinning experience to have before leaving the island.
vanny Yeh said 5 years ago
The worst restaurant I have ever had! I waited for ONE HOUR and fifteen mins for my dishes!!!!! I was late for my tour plan and when I wanna pay it they said I can't pay by card because there machines were broken!! The service is sucks!
Andrew Rieger said 4 years ago
Too much money for too little food. It was good though.
Mark Bath said 5 years ago
Be sure to stop into this excellent place for dinner and drinks. We sat at the bar 2 nights and Kate was wonderful. She recommended several places for us to visit and have dinner. Highly recommend for dinner and an elegant meal out in Vieques.
Arun Mallikarjunan said 5 years ago
Amazing food. Expensive but worth the money IMO.

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