Parallell's and Aurorita's compete for the best of San Juan's traditional Mexican dining. And if you are in the mood for partying, this place is ... More
Parallell's and Aurorita's compete for the best of San Juan's traditional Mexican dining. And if you are in the mood for partying, this place is definitely geared for the celebratory, action crowd. Jump-start your meal with a heady and excellent Margarita. Mexican cuisine is also pretty terrific. For starters, try the Chihuahua, a melted cheese topped with Mexican pique. It's an appetizer to share with your entire party. A true Mexican experience, Margarita's also features mariachis. South of the border traditional decor accents the dining areas.
Each dish meet my expectations. The taste of the food was fresh with quality ingredients. The dishes that were supposed to be warm were warm, the dishes that were supposed to be hot were hot and my dessert was supperb. The waiting time was reasonable and the prices fair. The place is clean with a very kind personnel and a party ambient.
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