Clemenceau St. #6, Condado
San Juan, 00907-1608
Phone: (787) 721-0170
Fax: (787) 724-4356
Clemenceau St. #6, Condado, San Juan, PR, 00907-1608
- Phone: (787) 721-0170
- Fax: (787) 724-4356
This popular, eclectic restaurant is located in the glamorous Magdalena Avenue and attracts an upscale clientele. Service has its problems sometimes, but is generally good, taking into consideration the huge crowds that flock this fashionable establishment. The menu features international dishes such as venison, lamb, and several choices of seafood.
The motto of this restaurant is "Eat fish, live longer". Here, the specialties are Puerto Rican cuisine, pasta, and seafood. Conveniently located in the Condado area, which is an upscale area that offers a variety of entertainment for the traveling tourist, the restaurant also offers a good wine list. They offer great tasting seafood paella. Additionally, pastas are available, such as tortellini in garlic sauce with shrimps. You can also dine on main courses including chicken breast in garlic sauce.
Near the San Juan Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino, you'll find refined cuisine and a touch of Old Spain. The menu features 'New Creole' cooking, a style pioneered by owner-chef Jesús Ramiro. The interiors are a soft sea-green and a treat to the eye. Appetizers like carpaccio of black Angus sirloin aromatized with white truffles and olives make a great starter. But the real stars are the main dishes: halibut with banana chutney and venison loin with mushrooms duxelles and blackberries. For dessert be sure to try the beautiful Kiwi presentation.
This excellent Mexican cantina is located on the upscale Magdalena Street in Condado. Service is very good, and the ambiance is quaint. Decor is genuinely Mexican. This is a good bet for a large group. The festive atmosphere and the authentic yet creative menu are sure to please all tastes.
Los Faisanes is one of San Juan's most distinquished eateries. Mahogany doorways, faux-Tiffany lamps, crisp white and ecru napery, and Bernadaud china create an elegant ambience. Feast on roast duck with gauva and cinnamon, veal chops with scallion and mushroom sauce, and wonderfully light souffles. Visitors and locals frequent this fine restaurant.
Located in the most trendiest and well known spot in Condado, the Tapas Caf is a Spanish and Puertorrican restaurant. The well known chef Angel Muñoz serves traditional as well as modern tapas dishes. Call on +1 787 294 6655 for further information.
Chef José Abreu and Maitre d' José Garden, from the nearby Dominican Republic are known for serving up international dishes with a creative flair. Pheasant, ostrich loin, lamb, and duck are some of the famous dishes prepared. Desserts are just as tempting, with Five Milks Custard and a variety of soufflés to satisfy one's sweet tooth. The restaurant is in a restored historic house with small, intimate dining rooms. Clientele includes Puerto Rico's well-known notables, business tycoons and many visitors.
This lovely Italian eatery is located on Ashford Avenue in front of the Old Convention Center, near the Magdalena Avenue. Its decor and brisk efficiency of service might remind you of a trattoria in Manhattan. In fact, it's become the preferred restaurant for many New Yorkers who now live in Condado. It's one of the most popular places around for pasta. Menu items include Shrimp Scampi, Filet Mignon and Grilled Fish, to name just a few.
Located on Ashford Avenue, this Italian restaurant is one of the best in the Condado area, serving classic specialties from the country's northern region such as Ossobucco. In fact, a festival featuring that very dish is held every Friday. The Chef's specialty is a deliciously prepared Lobster Ravioli. Additionally, an extensive Italian wine list is available that features many fine and tasty wines to enjoy with your meal. The restaurant is decorated very tastefully. Most patrons are local business people and knowledgeable visitors.
Located on Ashford Avenue, this is an excellent spot for a late-night exotic meal, as this award-winning Chinese-Cantonese restaurant is known for its dim-sum recipes. The menu offers hints of other Oriental cuisine as well and there is also a wide selection of drinks. It has a casual, relaxed atmosphere. Located in the Condado art-deco district, it is a great place to stop with the family or with a large group. The restaurant also has a large, informal dining room that offers a view of the Condado district.
Located on Ashford Avenue, San Telmo is one of the best late night eateries in the Condado district area, specializing in both American and Puerto Rican specialties. The clientele is generally upscale yet still very casual. The Continental specialties include salads and chicken breast. This combined with Caribbean-style sandwiches and other simple, but hearty, creations comprise the menu. The restaurant also features full bar service. Local and imported beers are available for $1.
Devoted exclusively to 'la cocina criolla', this starchy cuisine developed on the island a century ago. The traditional specialties include Omofongos (green plantains stuffed with veal, chicken, shrimp or pork) and Arroz con Pollo (stewed chicken with saffron rice. Despite the relative modernity of the building located on Ashford Avenue, the decor also sports the distressed brick appearance you'd expect in Old San Juan. Most dishes are priced at the lower end of the scale, and be aware that the portions are super-sized.