PR-693, Dorado, 00646, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico 693 Dorado PR
Thursday 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Recent Google Reviews
Jesson Joy said 4 years ago
Good food. Laid back atmosphere. Tasty roast pig. They run out of it fast though! Mufungo was just ok.
Ety Pereira said 4 years ago
Good for family. Great food.
Jan said 5 years ago
Nice place to hang out with friends and family. Good food and even better service. They have live music on weekends. Awesome place!
Gracie Delarosa said 5 years ago
First of all i might say that i had an awesome experience. I havent been to PR for 32 years and visiting this restaurant didnt make me feel out of place or even homesick. Our server was Juan.....omg such a gentleman. Very outgoing, precise and professional. He made my husband, children and friends feel welcomed. The food was excellent. Only thing, that i would like too see when i return and boy will i return!!! its a larger variety of chicken......you have to come to live the experience.
Tigerlily Rico said 4 years ago
Went there at 3pm on a Friday and there was no pork just overpriced dishes.
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