PR-6670, ManatÃ, 00674, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico 6670 ManatÃ PR
Monday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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Manuel Torres said 4 years ago
This place feels mostly like a cafeteria, but the added plus is that it is a vegan place. It is part of an adventist church, and it is a little hard to find but they prepare every sauce themselves and the food is really healthy. They don't have too many options as they only have what's in the hot table. But what it's there is delicious. We had rice, soy meat, chickpeas, salad and a great mayo sauce made by the old lady at the other side. Really humble and joyful people.
Bolo connections said 4 years ago
one of the best place to eat if you at MANATI Puerto Rico.. Come and see FLAVOR at its best
Mary andino said 4 years ago
El Pilón Vegetariano cuenta con amplio estacionamiento. Te sirven la comida de inmediato, así que no hay que esperar. El sitio es acogedor, y el menú es criollo. Se come desde lasaña, pastelón, viandas, arroz, hasta sopas. Todo al estilo vegetariano.
Luis santos said 4 years ago
Es un ambiente tranquilo y respeto. Tiene buena comida vegetariana.
Jorge sosa hernandez said 4 years ago
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