-1859 Puerto Rico, 1857 Calle LoÃza, San Juan, 00911, Puerto Rico
1857 Calle LoÃza San Juan PR
American Restaurant, Cafes, Breakfast Restaurant, Brunch Restaurant, Cuban Restaurant, Deli, Family Restaurant, Health Food Restaurant, Restaurant, Spanish Restaurant, Takeout Restaurant, Vegetarian Restaurant
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Sergio Molina said 5 years ago
Good local food good service it's a petite rest more like a mom and pop shop , no CC only cash!! Accepted , good illumination night club type of atmosphere It's well price $20 to $30.00 PP rest including the wine , not bad we enjoyed.!!
Edwin Planas said 4 years ago
This is a small place with great food, good portions. Menu change daily, everything made from scratch.
New Tenant said 4 years ago
Yummy! Excellent tasting, generous portions.
John Schwarzkopf said 5 years ago
The pork mofongo was the best I've had. Very small room and cash only, but the food was positively incredible.
Joel Dominguez said 6 years ago
Things I like about Molina's: good food, big portions, nice atmosphere, they change the menu items daily depending on the ingredients. Things I don't like about Molina's: long waits, only sits 4 parties, no toilet paper in the bathroom, no lock on the door, the toilet is leaking all over the floor and they don't take cards (which wasn't indicated anywhere and wasn't informed until we went to pay).
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