We had fish tacos which were delicious. We also had fried whole snapper but taste was bland. We had yucca mofongo which I found to be too bland in flavor. The menu is limited and seems they are trying to recover after Maria
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The seared ahi tuna and mofungo was great. I ordered the blackened "grouper" beans and rice. The beans and rice were good, the fish was very tasty, but it definitely was not grouper. It looked like tilapia and had the texture of swai or Basa....More
In all fairness, the restaurant has a wonderful sea view with its own private terrace. Breathtaking! Our disappointment is directly related to the grouper fish used by them. It is not grouper, what they use is a white flesh fish known as SWAI. That fish...More
I visited twice on different days. I had a drink while waiting - the Waikiki special. It was delicious and sweet, couldn't even tell the rum was in there. The second time I ordered tostones and they were perfect and delicious!
Small, unasuming, and casual but the food was really good. Not a big seating area outside but we were there at a slow time or season so it was not an issue getting a table. Someone suggested it and I'm not even sure what's around...More
A local recommended this restaurant- so glad we rook his advice. Doesn't look like so much from the outside but quite nice inside and can sit by the water if you want. Had the cassava fritters as an app- made just right! Entrees were paella-...More
Waikiki sits right on the beach, so if the weather cooperates, you can dine with a great view. We had the yuca mofongo with ropa vieja and it was outstanding. The mofongo is fried just enough to give the outer shell a light crispiness.
The yucca mofongo has a wonderful creamy/fried texture and is excellently prepared with shredded beef in a red sauce. The shrimp mofongo in garlic sauce was the best I had while in San Juan. I had the best tres leches cake I have had in...More