5B Cll Tabonuco, Guaynabo, 00968, Puerto Rico

American Restaurant, Breakfast Restaurant, Brunch Restaurant, Deli, Dessert Restaurant, French Restaurant, Hamburger Restaurant, Italian Restaurant, Japanese Restaurant, Lobster Restaurant, Restaurant, Restaurants, Spanish Restaurant, Takeout Restaurant, Vegan Restaurant, Vegetarian Restaurant

Restaurant, Bar, Food



Open Hours

Monday 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PMOpen now

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Brenda Gonzalez-Flores said 4 years ago
This place is a gem!!! If I could give more than 5 stars, I would. The inside it's beautiful and relaxing. Perfect for a date or family gathering. I've been only to the brunch on Sundays. The food was superb! The use only high end quality ingredients. Initially I thought the plates were expensive for breakfast but when I saw the size of the plate, it is actually very cheap! We were a group of 12 and we ordered 4 breakfast plates and it was more than enough!! The plates are huge! They come out with potatoes, fruit, and other side dishes that complete the meal. The service is also superb. We had Kenny as our waiter and he was very attentive to our every need. It is totally worth the service charge which is included in the bill. I will definitely be coming back here!! Loved it!
Ivan Garcia-Caban said 5 years ago
Great wine selection! Large plates. Great taste. Cool ambiance for business or fun.
Gordon Jones said 4 years ago
Very good food good for large groups
Andrew Byrnes said 5 years ago
The wine list is good but not exceptional (just big name winery's, nothing special) the food was, in a word, lacking.. We ordered the Tuna Tartar as an app, it was good, but not all that fresh, the presentation was just slopped together. The Lobster Risotto (again, thrown together and topped with an empty crustacean carcass) was a disastrous dish, the lobster was way overcooked with a rough texture and the risotto was like Simi de Peppe? RISOTTO PUDDING?... I would have to say, the best item on the menu we tried, is the Key Lime Pie, at least they didn't destroy that one.. From my dinning experience its safe to say, they hire discriminately based on how you look, not your experience nor knowledge on wine and basic dinning service. Needless to say, the service leaves much to be desired, they are trying to hard to be something they simply are not.. To me, service is everything.
Luis Sotomayor said 5 years ago
Very Good Food, and extremely large portions! Only go if you're party is more than 2

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