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audri adgie said 4 years ago
We stopped here on our way to the lighthouse and the beach where we were told that the beach is the second best beach in Puerto Rico (which it is). This restaurant however was very slow. We asked many times just for water and after sitting down finally received water only after 30 minutes. We had to ask twice for water refill and received it after 1.25 hours after our original seating. The food was good (not amazing) but expensive and arrived more than 1 hour after ordered. All of this happened with only 2 other tables filled and 2 singles at the bar. Restaurant seats approximately 25 parties and 15 bar stools yet this was how slow our service was. We will definitely never come back.
JCR ONmyWay said 4 years ago
Expedite serving. Very polite.
Ivis Orellana said 5 years ago

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