1021 Ashford Avenue, San Juan, 00907, Puerto Rico

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Restaurant, Food



Open Hours

Monday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM

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Ropa Vieja Grill

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Ropa Vieja Grill

Ropa Vieja Grill - Puerto Rico

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Patrick Kennedy-Whann said 4 years ago
Food is amazing. Very much so what you want when you come to Puerto Rico. Traditional! Great service.
Kyle Ehret said 4 years ago
Great food and great service! The lighting at the bar was a little dim but overall a great experience.
Ben Aitken said 4 years ago
Nice place in a swanky area. The risotto that we heard so much about was good rather than extraordinary, but my fish was cooked perfectly.
david brear said 4 years ago
Great food. We were there late and had a great meal. Friendly waitstaff. One waiter seemed preoccupied to clear our table- reaching across the table while we were eating to remove a dish/ glass. Seemed a bit rushed however the other waitstaff could not have been more friendly. Will happily come back!
Alexandria Lind said 4 years ago
Wow. We decided to try this place because of the high Yelp reviews and I'm SO glad we did. This has, by far, been the best meal we've had in Puerto Rico and maybe ever? The ropa vieja dish is AMAZING. We had a quesadilla with it inside and it was definitely our favorite dish this evening. We also had vaca frita, which is basically pan seared flank steak. This was also delicious. La ropa vieja was tasty enough to have it alone (not in a quesadilla) with sides to bring us back another night. The rice, a buttery goodness, with beans on the side is also amazing. Not to mention, the drinks are quite strong and service is perfection. Rainier was our server and he was fabulous. I'm trying to learn Spanish and he even spoke slowly and explained everything he said in English. If you are in San Juan, GO HERE! It will not disappoint. And please order la ropa vieja if you do!

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