Dave O'Hara said 4 years ago
Great place to eat grab a boat to cross the lake no charge you will need at least 3 hours to eat with the boat ride but we'll worth it .
José Oliver-Didier said 5 years ago
A small boat will take you go this restaurant with its own dock. Nice view and atmosphere. This is a place to spend an afternoon with friends and family.
PR Fun Tours said 5 years ago
From the first time I communicated with Vivian to our arrival, you can tell there was a lot of care put into the visit.
You follow her directions to the loading dock, park your car and ask for Raul to call for your ferry to the restaurant.
What a way to dine! You go on a free ferry ride to the restaurant (about 10 min). When you arrive, Vivian was there to greet us and your shown to an outdoor seating table facing the lake.
We order the fresh tamarind juice, mango juice, fried pork Rancho style $13.95, shrimp mofongo $16.95, and vanilla flan $3.50 (homemade!).
The prices are very modest compared to the quality of food. The Rancho style sauce was a blend of Asian and Puerto Rican flair, very tasty. We chose a side of shredded plantains, which were fried bird's nest of crunchy plantain hashes. The mofongos was absolutely amazing! The shrimp was very tender and worked well with the sofrito sauce and mashed plantains. The portions are huge! The flan was also very good.
It didn't take long for the ferry to come pick us up from the restaurant.
We were blown away by the custom experience. The view of the ferry ride was equally amazing. We will be back for sure!
Jon Anderson said 5 years ago
Rica comida ! We had a delightful experience. We arrived without a reservation and the staff was very patient with us. They found us a comfortable area near the bar and started our meal with some delicious appetizers and cool drinks. We had chicken and tilapia rancho style main dishes. The owner and several locals stopped by our table to visit and welcome us.
Brian said 5 years ago
A beautifully presented and delicious meal.