2210 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910436.144003 -115.154635
you call that puertorican food – thats wy they close to me was the wors PR food I have tasted
Closed for Business – I am sorry to report, but this restaurant at 2210 sahara is now closed. The proprietor were evicted.
There is an eviction notice on the front glass door.
Is there another Puerto Rican restaurant in town?
ITA ALRIGHT PUERTO RICAN FOOD I GUESS – WELL IVE ONLY EATEN THERE ONCE AND I GUESS ITS OK...NOT THE BEST BUT THEY TRY SO THERE FOR I GIVE THEM THREE STARS!!!!I COOK BETTER SO I GUESS ITS WAS OKAY...THEY ARE KINDA EXPENCIVE THO....ITS NOT THAT GREAT FOR THE PRICE...BUT LIKE I SAID THEY TRY..=).....STEPH*
Worst service and bad seasoning – As a puertorrican that just arrived here to Nevada, was recomended that place for lunch by a friend. Unfortunately it's not what it's recomended, service was bad and the long wait for our appetizers which never arrived. And when asked the server mention it must've been given to someone else. What ever happen to that puertorrican taste? This is one place which I would never visit or recomend to anyone.
Horrid customer service – Please do not go to this resaraunt. It is the worst customer service I have ever received. Our waitress charged us for items that we did not order including drinks which say free refills but they actually charge you for refills. Also, we had a coupon from Restaraunt dot com which we paid to get and the owner refused to honor it.
Editorial Review – Authentic, homemade cuisine includes beef-stuffed plantains, spiced roast pork, Caribbean-style tamales, rice dishes, sandwiches and five types of flan.
Just like abuelas! – I am a Puerto Rican from New York City and have lived in Las Vegas for 8 years. WOW! I didn't know what I was missing. I stumbled upon this little jewel while out with a friend one day and have been addicted ever since. I think I visitied 4 times the first week! OK the service is not the best always but I come for the food. You can't beat the prices here and the FOOD is amazing. I highly recommend the pernil with arroz con gandules(roasted pork w/ yellow rice and peas). If you just want something on the run get a few pastelillos(beef patties) and you won't be disappointed. When I walk in I feel at home and that's all that matters.
Chicken Soup is good for what ails you – We stopped for lunch in order to once again enjoy a cup of their fabulous chicken noodle soup and a slice of their equally delicious coconut flan. Fantastic taste and oh so good for you - right mom?
Best Puerto Rican food left of the east coast – I have been eating here since 2003 and every time I return the food gets better and better. Usually when you eat at a caribbean restaurant out west it's okay...but it's not like home. I ate there this past Labor Day weekend and it was just like being home. The former manager is the current owner and she has done a wonderful job of improving the quality of the food. The accapurria is fantastic as was the arroz con candules, the breaded steak, los platanos, and the carne guisado...if you visit Vegas make your way to El Coqui. It's far better than some of the higher priced joints on the strip.
Cold Food. Long Waits. Poor Customer Service. – We checked this place out because of it's reviews on Citysearch. We arrived and ordered. Our server was nice. Of the three initial entrees we ordered they only had one available. Of the three initial drinks we ordered they only had one available. Server was cheery and we really wanted to try this place so we made alternate selections. Went through the first round of drinks waiting for food. Thirty minutes have elapsed. Ordered a second round of drinks waiting for food. Forty five minutes have elapsed. Ordered a third round of drinks 60 minutes have elapsed. Three of us went in and now one of us have left the building for the car. The person leaving has ordered only an avocado salad which still has not come. One hour and thirty minutes later the food arrives. Some of it is cold and some of it is warm. Some of it is not cooked through. Salad is missing with one of our entrees. Our cheery server has been replaced with someone else who is not so cheery. We of course complain about the time. Nothing done about the bill or the bad service. My suggestion- eat here only if there is a disaster and it's the only restaurant left open.
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