I stumbled into this kiosk with my fiancé on July 4th when many other kiosks were closed. We were very pleasantly surprised! The small, quaint interior had a beautiful display of a traditional Puerto Ricam country kitchen, complete with a stocked pantry, delicious-looking fruits and veggies and even an original rocking chair. The waitress was very sweet and attentive. We started our meal with a yummy soup (we asked for seconds) and fresh fruit shakes. Our entrees were chicken a la parilla with tostones and churrasco steak with mofongo. Everything was freshly made, with love, by the chefs at the restaurant's kitchen, which was visible from our table. The mofongo was I-n-c-r-e-d-i-b-l-e! I had eaten a modongo dish at the Parilla kiosk and the one here was fresher, softer and 1000 times better! We spent about $50 on our two dishes and shakes plus the great service. Go! Enjoy the food!
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