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Trade Winds Restaurant and Guest House Vieques, PR
Trade Winds Guest House, Restaurant and Gift Shop Located ocean front in Esperanza, just steps away from a fun variety of shops, bars and water sports.
Matt Eden said 4 years ago
Stopped by for both dinner and breakfast. Breakfast was probably the best breakfast in Esperanza. Lovely omelette and great eggs Benedict. Dinner was so so. The lobster and quinoa was very tasty if a bit over priced. The pork mofongo was less desirable. Pork was dry and food was relatively flavorless. That said the other meals smelled and looked very delicious.
John Nollendorfs said 4 years ago
Consistently good over the years! Best keylime pie!
Cristina Mestres said 5 years ago
An okay place to stay for a night since everything is close to it. One of the staff was constantly rough with us and seemed angry when we asked her anything; it made us feel very uncomfortable. Thankfully the owner and the lady that speaks spanish were nicer.
Jeffrey Cowgill said 5 years ago
We had dinner here on the advice of a nice gentleman. Where it does have a good view I would not recommend for dinner. We had one of the pasta dishes with flounder and while the pasta was good the flounder tasted frozen. We also had the artichoke hearts with Gorgonzola cream the dish tasted flat and there were large chunks of a cheese (not Gorgonzola) that could not be distinguished from the artichoke. The server did offer to take it off our bill. Very pricey. Lots of better places nearby.
Matthew Robbins said 5 years ago
Best dinner experience on Vieques. Trade Winds offers island fine dining with an elevated view of the ocean harbor in Esperanza. They have an extensive seafood menu. Serval choices have Thai curry and coconut elements with fresh veggies. We liked this place so much we returned the next night, which is an uncommon practice in our travels.