This used to be a small wooden shack, torn down and built very nicely. The name means water up to the neck. Great seafood and you must try the tostones, fried plantains.
We had a Gustazo and we reluctant after seeing some reviews. Our experience was great, server attentive, drinks we spot on and reasonably priced. The food was delicious and you cannot beat the view. Would go there again.
We stopped here on our way to the lighthouse and the beach where we were told that the beach is the second best beach in Puerto Rico (which it is). This restaurant however was very slow. We asked many times just for water and after sitting down finally received water only after 30 minutes. We had to ask twice for... 更多
I purchased a gustazo for this place. When calling to make a reservation, Cristina, the receptionist had a horrible attitude. She said I had to be there at 4:30pm or not go, like that. I asked the reason and she said it was full. When arriving at the restaurant at 4:25pm, it was empty. I asked her why she had... 更多
I'm writing this review immediately after leaving the restaurant. When we got there we were seated promptly. A half hour after being seated, a lizard's poop fell on the table. We asked the waiter to clean it up and the rag used to clean the table left a horrible smell on it. I instantaneously lost my appetite but I had... 更多
What's not to like about eating open air overlooking the mangroves?! The food was very good. The service was slow, but it really didn't matter given the view.
Thanks to maître d, Carlos our wedding dinner was elegant, beautiful, memorable and delicious. Indoor interior of restaurant was recently remodeled with a sparkly under-the-sea theme. We dined on a menu of 1) chicken breast stuffed with cream cheese, chorizo & ripe plantains, wrapped in bacon, 2) Churrasco steak in a mushroom sauce reduction and 3) Mahi-Mahi Dorado fish in... 更多