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David Cepeda said 4 years ago
I was skeptical to come to this restaurant after the low rating but decided to go as I was staying at the Hilton. In contrast to previous reviews, the service was quick and nice. The food was also good but bit great. They offer a good selection of Italian dishea, salads and pizza. I'm planning to go back there before we leave as my toddler kid liked the pasta with marinara sauce.
D Farhey said 4 years ago
We checked their menu online and decided what we wanted to order. Once there, we were given a totally different menu that doesn't include what we wanted to order and with higher prices. We were told that the menu online is from two years ago. When we decided what to order from the actual menu, the waiter told us not to order those items, because it's going to take a really long time to get them (longer than half an hour). BTW, we noticed only one overworked waiter. Apparently, this is not a place for a quick bite.
Alba Cassanova said 4 years ago
Cuando decides ir aun restaurante como este con precios altos esperas una cena sabrosa y de sabor nada el vino fue lo mejor y el más económico son $40
Kyle Ehret said 4 years ago
Had a bad breakfast buffet as part of our stay at the Caribe Hilton
Paul Aloe said 5 years ago
Abysmal service, surly and slow it took 20 minutes just to get a menu and even longer to get food. They did not bring bread until we insisted on it. I cannot recall when I've experienced worst service. Food was absolutely mediocre. You're staying in this hotel do yourself a favor and steer clear

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