Citysearch Editorial Review.
The Puerto Rican spirit is alive at this East Orlando restaurant. The lively eatery, named after a city in Puerto Rico, serves delicacies from the homeland, including Mofongo (a combination of green plantains, garlic and pork cracklings), Pollo al Horno (roasted chicken) and Chuleta Frita (fried pork chop) paired with homemade passion or orange juices. The comfy ambiance attracts the Spanish community and University of Central Florida students and features taupe walls decorated with colorful paintings, flat-screen TVs airing Puerto Rican travel scenes, tables and booths featuring faux light and dark orange mosaic tile and bongos. Friendly service and delish dishes keep customers coming back for more.