Discover the best restaurant in Jayuya, Puerto Rico including Restaurante Rancho Marina, Restaurant El Roble, Las Tortugas, Restaurante La Fragua, El Lechon de La Piedra Escrita, El Campo es Lena, Rancho coabey, rest la casona jayuya, La Casita Restaurant, Cafe Nativo
Things to do in Jayuya
4 based on 172 reviews
We have gone to this restaurant a couple of times and each experience has been better than the last. We took our friends here for their birthday. The setting is quiet and beautiful. You take a boat on the lake to the restaurant and the ride is pleasant and scenic. You will need to make Reservations as this is a very popular place and only open on weekends. It is very good for families with children as they can provide space for them to play while waiting for your meal.
4 based on 1 reviews
Open seven days from 10:00 to 10:00 PM. Delighfull menu like "churrasco en salsa de setas", variety of "mofongo relleno", Our specialties are: "mofongo al plato", "ropa vieja", chuleta kan kan", "the best "trifongo relleno"in the town, "lomo de cerdo relleno de chorizo" and others! Try our homemade desserts! Variety of liquors, cold beers, homade "sangria", mojitos, wines and more! If you are looking for Craft Beers, in our bar you can enjoy differents labels from, Germany, Italy, Norway, London, United States, Puerto Rico craftbeers and more!! Alternate Sunday listen and dance with our "Bohemia en vivo"! We are waiting for your attendance!!!
5 based on 34 reviews
The mini Alcapurrias were on point!, we ordered those as starters. The pina coladas and sangrias were good too. We ordered the weekend special "mofongo de yucca con churrasco y camarones" well let me start off by saying I was very skeptical about the yuca mofongo because unlike platano it tastes sweet. I expected a churrasco (long meat, steak like) but they only added a few thin strips of churrasco and 5 shrimps on a stick. The meal was not what I expected, it was okay to be completely honest. We couldn't switch to the platano mofongo because it wasn't included on the special. So we paid $25 for something that we were kinda stuck with/ didn't prefer to get. I would go there again and eat other things on the menu, but not the special.
4 based on 46 reviews
Our experience with restaurant La Fragua began as we were having coffee, awaiting our tour of the plantation. As we were looking over the various vegtables, many unknown to us that were grown at that plantation, so was the La Fragua chef. We didn't know at that time that he was going to be the one who made our dinner. He took the time to explain and in some cases slice open to show us various vegetables. After our tour we thought that it would be a nice place to also eat before our drive back to San Juan. We are not Spanish speakers and this was our first visit to Puerto Rico. There were people at three or four other tables. in other words, it was early afternoon and not busy. Our Waitress was kind as we tried to understand the foods that we were going to order. She made several trips to the kitchen, to ask how to explain the various foods. We ate well and the only food that we can name was Mofongo. it was the second mofongo that we had on our trip and it was delicious, large enough for the two of us, just wonderful. We just loved La Fragua and plan on returning on our second visit to Puerto Rico early next year. Thank you Chef and every one at La Fragua for being so very kind to us.
2 based on 12 reviews
First and last visit. Terrible service. Waitress are gross. Almost 2 hours to get the food. Only table on site. The food wasn't edible. Worst place ever. Mcd is better than this place.
4 based on 144 reviews
El Campo es Leña has dedicated to only serve the best of the best. Its rustic design offers a casual yet gorgeous atmosphere. Its pizza has a one-of-a-kind recipe, making it a special, delightful experience. Alcoholic beverages are all a masterpiece. I recommend you to try the iconic “Leñazo” Mojito. Words get short to describe the beauty of El Campo es Leña. All in all, it mixes four essentials for a ‘restaurant’ of excellency: Spectacular food, superb views, beautiful design, and gorgeous views.
Through your visit to Puerto Rico, El Campo es Leña is one of the essential places to eat, drink, and relax.
¡Salud! ¡Buen provecho!
3 based on 2 reviews
Fui al lugar por casualidad.Estabamos un poco perdidos y teniamos hambre. Al entrar el ambiente era rustico y romantico. El mozo que nos atendio fue atento y tomo rapido el pedido. La comida llego rapido. Las porciones eran grandes y todo estuvo delicioso. Tienen precios economicos. Volvimos al otro dia y trajeron musica en vivo. Para pasarlo tranquilo sin gastar demasiado deben visitar aqui.
4 based on 19 reviews
This is a charming place in a woodsy area that merits a visit if you are in Puerto Rico. Jayuya itself is a tranquil old time town, full of good-natured people.
The food here was wonderful...the fried chicken being our favourite. It is not breaded or greasy, rather very lightly browned, seasoned with garlic. Exquisite.
The prices are great, the service personable and the bathroom clean. Our party of 5 continued to crave their food for the rest of the trip!
5 based on 84 reviews
After a long trip from Isla Verde we got to this restaurant, bigger than we thought, and with ample parking space. Everything was excellent.... Passion sangria, appetizers, the best were the Malanga with bacalao fritters, Skirt Steaks with sausages, and swiss cheese, and arañitas (plantains....) There was a gentleman playing guitar, and singing, and the service was excellent, too. Don´t forget to order Mamposteao..... rice with beans...
5 based on 79 reviews
Coffee Shop: The store layout, menu listings and family environment provide an intimate setting to catch up on a Reading or get together with friends. The menu offerings will be supplemented by free books and magazines related with the coffee industry. Nativo coffee shop offer espresso based coffee drinks such as lattes, mochas, cappuccinos etc, in addition brewing coffee methods. Coffee Tour: You will learn about the coffee history of Puerto Rico including the process of coffee; from pick up, sorting, drying, selection of coffee beans by size and density, roasting procedures. Enjoy a trip across the farm surrounded by coffee trees and local fauna. Finally enjoy an excellent cup of coffee served by our barista.
It was so refreshing to find a hip restaurant like this in central Puerto Rico. You have the option of parking at the bottom of the hill and getting a lift up or hoofing it yourself and burning some calories. Super friendly staff and tasty food. I had the waffle Sandwich. I won't forget this place.
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