521 km 8, Carr Valdes, Adjuntas, 00601, Puerto Rico
Carr Valdes Adjuntas PR
Friday 1:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Saturday 1:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Sunday 1:00 PM - 12:00 AM
About the business
El Campo es Leña Adjuntas
Pizza en leña Puerto Rico. El Campo es Leña es una peculiar pizzería en adjuntas que hornea pizza en leña.
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José Cardona said 4 years ago
Nice beautiful views, logistical nightmare. The place is very nice and rustic but it has a cult following vibe where only the ones that have been there before can decipher the chaos that is to order a simple pizza. The restaurant seems to work well even with full capacity but could benefit greatly by orienting the newcomers on to where to make the line to order. Menus handed out on the line would speed up the process as menus were only available once up top of the restaurant to order. Bottom line, the pizza is great with a tasty dough and fantastic views of Puerto Rico's countryside. Not much of a drinker but friends mentioned that the fruit mojitos were awesome as well.
Nitza Perez said 4 years ago
Pizza was awesome! I wish there weren't so many curves to get there. We had the pizza with everything for $20.00. Good price, great taste, good music and nice view of the mountains. I will definitely visit again.
Angel Oliveras said 4 years ago
It's has all types of natural juices that makes the perfect drinks. The pizza is awesome with a tasty crust full of flavor and made in the wood fire oven. Definitely worth the trip plus the views are amazing!
Wilbert Ramos said 4 years ago
Very nice pizza and mojitos! Little far from main roads but is worth the trip.
Nelson Cartagena said 4 years ago
Bar is disorganized, pizza not that great. Have tried better. Admin needs lots to learn.
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