San Juan

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Caribbean
6 reviews
His fare is best experienced through the changing tasting menus with wine pairings. Groups can travel on a 15-course journey. — Frommer's
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Latin
4 reviews
The changing daily menu is driven by the offerings at the adjacent fresh fruit and vegetable marketplace as well as what’s fresh from local fishermen. — Frommer's
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Vegan and Vegetarian
3 reviews
With punched-tin ceilings, mason-jar light fixtures, and eclectic decor inspired by Versailles, this vegetarian restaurant focuses on pleasing the senses. — Fodor's
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Latin
3 reviews
One of San Juan's best restaurants, Santaella buzzes with excitement, inspired by the superb drinks at the bar and the sensational fare. — Lonely Planet
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Latin
4 reviews
Repostería Kasalta is one of the best examples of the eponymous pandarerias across San Juan. — Frommer's
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Latin
3 reviews
Carli's has a wide menu of tapas, and mains bring a Puerto Rican flair to continental classics. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
3 reviews
The menus are handwritten and the tables wobble, but sanjuaneros have favored this casual, no-frills, family-run restaurant for years. — Fodor's
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European
3 reviews
This historic diner shines with a recent renovation including Tiffany stained-glass windows, marble-top tables and a gleaming bronze coffee machine — Lonely Planet
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Latin
4 reviews
Our favorite is Tasca El Pescador, where the catch of the day is iced down in a glass display case. If there's red snapper, try the whole fish deep-fried in a dish called chillo entero frito — Concierge
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Mexican
2 reviews
Hands down, the best street tacos in town. — Lonely Planet
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European
4 reviews
311 evokes ‘elegant,’ ‘refined’ and ‘sophisticated’, without too many Latino-fusion makeovers. — Lonely Planet
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Seafood
4 reviews
Loud and lively, this place is intent on making sure everyone is having a good time. — Fodor's
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Spanish
4 reviews
Tasty comida criolla at low prices make this a favorite with locals, so the crowd more than makes up for the otherwise sterile environment. — Frommer's
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4 reviews
I had the best Mofongo in years as much as it pains me to admit, with Dorado (Mahi Mahi) y Camarones (Shrimp) combo on top cooked in a delicious garlic sauce. — Afar Magazine
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Cafe
4 reviews
You’ll sing the praises of Puerto Rico's rich coffee at this spot on Plaza Colon, with its open double doors, high wooden ceilings, tiled floors, and walls adorned by prints by Rafael Tufino. — Frommer's
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Latin
4 reviews
A must for historically minded food buffs, or food-minded history buffs, La Mallorquina is the grande dame of Old San Juan eateries. — Lonely Planet
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Latin
3 reviews
The mallorca (“my-your-cuh”) is the iconic Puerto Rican sandwich that’s typically eaten at breakfast, washed down with a cup of coffee. — Afar Magazine
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3 reviews
Michelin-starred, Puerto Rico–born Chef Juan José Cuevas successfully operates this fine-dining restaurant in San Juan's most striking hotel, once home to the Vanderbilt family — Fodor's
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Latin
3 reviews
The shady courtyard at the El Convento is home to the hotel's all-day restaurant, so named for the resident 350-year-old Nispero tree. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
3 reviews
A no-nonsense Italian eatery where the pizza is the main event and the gentlemanly waiters could quite conceivably have walked off the set of The Godfather. — Lonely Planet
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