It's our first trip to Puerto Rico. We've visited, stayed and eaten in San Juan, Viques, and Humacao. The fare ranged from street vendor food at San Sebastián, to bar food (American and Puerto Rico style), to fine dining, to fusion, which pretty much covers the gamut. Cafe de la Plaza was by far our favorite place to eat during our trip. The drinks, food, and atmosphere were all equally creative, balanced, and delicious. The 'fun with rum' was delicious and deadly. The ceviche was spot on. The flank steak was tender and the best of the 5 restaurants I tried it at. The plantain crusted chicken with mango sauce was delightful. We enjoyed the mofongo and beans n rice, but we are not from PR either. Cafe de la Plaza is not authentic PR food...it's fusion...it is a blend of old world flavors with a twist, in a vibrant, tasteful boutique restaurant.
It is difficult to find. From Palmas Drive take Palmas Inn Road. As you go down the hill there will be a parking lot on the right and a sopping center to the left (it's not in the shopping center). Park in the lot and walk to the end of the lot. You will find a small sign and sidewalk. The sign should be next to the Club Villa sign. It's about a 200 feet walk to the restaurant.
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