Close to Catholic Church and perfect time for tapas after Mass. Delish authentic Spanish/Puerto Rican fare. Delightful and full service bar.
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Juan Carlos, the flamenco guitarist, obviously loves what he's doing! Before the show, he personally introduced himself to each table, taking time to get our names and find out if we'd ever seen a flamenco show before. As soon as the show began, we realized...More
We had a large sampler platter $55 and drinks. Drinks seemed a little high, but, considering Juan Carlos gave it his all (-75 yrs old), was personable and dancers very good... Well worth it! Good way to get a taste of the PR culture!!
I made reservations for Triana on our last night in PR and it was an amazing!!! The show was great and the tapas and our entrees, even better! Very tasty, melt in your mouth and great flavor! Will visit again in the future!!
We visited Triana to try the Paella and the food was great. The flavor of the paella was amazing. The portion for 2 was enough for 3-4. The price related to the quality of the food was good. My only concern are two. Sodas are...More
We stopped in for lunch but it's better for dinner when you can catch a free flamenco show. There is a hostess on the corner dressed in a flamenco dress drawing in the passers by. The paleala wasn't great (too salty and rice was crispy).
I can not believe this show is part of a dinner/show. You will be transported to Seville, Spain. The guitarist is from Spain, and you can tell he has spent his lifetime playing guitar (has made been on USA TV shows). First, the Pre-show, he...More
I found this place by observing the Trip Advisor flag flying out front, so I knew it had to be pretty good. I tried the Mofongo and it was awesome. It came with steak, which looked more like stew, but tasted delicious. The lively flamenco...More