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Nick May said 4 years ago
After many bad dinner experiences at other places, we finally found a good one! We were met by the most friendly man (maybe the owner) who was gracious and helpful in many ways. The food was outstanding, and was served with good timing. It sits on a busy street so we chose to sit further in, but not in the "interior" part. They have an are with AC and is more secluded. We like the open air feel, but a bit more quiet. I highly recommend this one because how friendly all the staff was and because the food was great. Thank you!!
aaron groen said 4 years ago
Nice view, we sat outside for the view. Male wait staff was inattentive. never refilled our water glasses. We asked for a recommendation and were told to get the tsunami. The grouper balls appetizer was fast hot and awesome. The tsunami took at least 40 min, was over cooked, rubbery, and served cold. It came with frozen veggies and a bland tomato sauce. We ordered it creole and it wasn't. Terrible food and service! Was very expensive for nasty food. I think the food was forgotten about while the manager and waiter was chilling in the parking lot gazebo with their friends. Don't waste your money!
Joaquin Pabon said 5 years ago
This is the best restaurant in Aguada. Try the Mamposteao rice. It's the best I ever taste. Pork fried is delicious and the service excelent!!
Angelica Roman said 4 years ago
Too expensive for the poor service.
Israel Hernandez said 5 years ago
Excellent food,service and beautiful view

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