We headed for this restaurant after calling and getting an answer after the second or third ring. The place is not hard to find after asking locals and having the road number in mind.
The ambience on a sunday was very welcoming and service was good and corteous at all tiems. For appetizer we shared some fried plantains ('arañitas") and for dinner I order the skirt steak. Prices were fair and my two other companions enjoyed their meals as well (salmon and stuffed chicken breast criollo style). The place is surrounded by nice trees and a breeze that lulls you. The homemade flan was a sucess, great consistency and silkiness.
Overall, this is a solid place to drop by and will come again anytime. There was a local singer singing puertorrican classics on guitar and several oil paintings by local artists on the walls as well.
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