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US$3 - US$28
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Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Lunch, Dinner
Caribbean, Latin, Seafood, Puerto Rican, International
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service, Reservations, Highchairs Available
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I visit here for the incredible fish tacos... I can't comment on much else, but the deserts are beautiful!!

Date of visit: March 2021
Reviewed February 21, 2021

We drove from La Esperanza to this place every day for lunch after someone at our hotel had recommended it. Fish tacos are REALLY sensational - and we know our fish tacos. They accommodated my Keto dietary needs and made me a special fish dish...which was not on the menu. One of the chefs, Sonia, is Keto, too, and she makes sensational desserts, one of which she sells - a lemon pound cake. Delicious. We loved this place and its friendly staff. They need to fix their broken coffee machine as we had to go elsewhere (Rising Roost, nearby) for our post-lunchtime lattes. No matter. A great place.More

Date of visit: February 2021
Reviewed February 9, 2021 via mobile

We arrived yesterday at around 7:00 for dinner and the women at the counter was not friendly and was annoyed by our presence. She never checked our temperature or offered any hand sanitizer. We did sit down at a small table and never offered a...beverage but ask what we wanted to order off of a menu on the wall. We ended up leaving and going to the restaurant nextdoor and had an amazing dinner...More

Date of visit: February 2021
Reviewed January 28, 2021

The restaurant serves alot of authentic Puerto Rican food that is native to the island. The seafood can be hit & miss because you have to rely on the local fisherman. We hit it perfectly both of us ordered seafood meals and they did not...disappoint. The staff was extremely attentive keeping our glasses full and served up some of the best food we have ever eaten. It was so good we ordered dessert and we were amazed. Be sure to visit Biekes Bistro the next time your on the island.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 1, 2021

Seeing as it was New Years Day during COVID, many restaurants were not open. We drove through Isabelle II to find a restaurant that was open, and were happy to find that Bieke’s was. As we entered the restaurant with our face coverings on, the...middle aged male staff member yelled “not allowed, must be mask! Exit now!” My husband has worn a face covering gaiter into several other restaurants on the island and at home in the states without having this issue. But because of limited dining options being open, he returned to our rental jeep to get one of my flowered masks. When we walked in again, he was behind the bar. We stood there awkwardly for a little while, as he chatted with locals seated at the bar. He said we could sit outside, so we began to walk to the patio to be seated. He then again yelled at us, saying we needed to scan ourselves with the thermometer. This is a standard COVID procedure when dining and shopping on the island, but the employee will scan YOU. We’ve never been told to scan ourselves... so, trying to obey their odd rule my husband picked up the temperature scanner and attempted to use it. The same man stood behind the bar and yelled at us again, “DO NOT TOUCH THAT!” So, my husband dropped it. A waitress came over to scan us on our arms, and the patrons in the restaurant had stopped eating/drinking/talking because he made such a scene. We understand small businesses and restaurants are hurting right now due to COVID, and are willing to comply with any rules they have so we can support them/so they can stay open. But to be yelled at for following what he told us to do was ridiculous. We were starving, so we followed the waitress and this man out to the patio. He told the waitress which table to seat us at, slammed the chair into the table and said “AQUI!” To us and we took a seat. She informed us the menu was on the wall, so we looked through it to see what they offered. We waited another ten minutes before he reappeared, no water was brought nor were we asked for a drink order when all the locals seated inside at the bar were already half lit when we arrived. My husband was visibly upset, and we told him that we were leaving due to the lack of respect. Only then did he apologize, twice - which shows he did know he was nasty to us for no reason. We will never return, and I sincerely hope management gets involved but doubt they will seeing the other poor reviews for similar treatment of customers by the staff. Sad to see in an island with very friendly people. We ended up at Bananas and had an amazing meal with a wonderful, funny waiter named Richard!More

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed July 16, 2020 via mobile

This restaurant has really good service and the food is great too! I ate the mofongo with shrimps and my mom had the mofongo with bacalao. Would recommend!

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed May 28, 2020

The Romero Family never let me down, the service is excellent, everything on the menu will surprise you, My favorites; Pescado ( Dorado (Mahi Mahi) al Aljillo o Empanado with Passion fruit glazed, with majado de malanga and some peruvian (style) -viequense hot sauce, Their...salads are super fresh from local farmers, Cilantro Rice or coconut rice. Lobsters, Octopus Salad or Conch with Arepas, If you have a lot of specifications for food they are the right place, they will not let you down. They are taking orders to go and deliveries until 10 pm.More

Date of visit: May 2020
Reviewed March 20, 2020

We went here after first restaurant was kind of unresponsive. The 4 of sat in the bar area and had fish tacos and chicken tacos. All were good and tasty and filled to the top. Worth every penny. Staff was pleasant and service was good....Drinks were good and priced OK. We made two visits here.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 10, 2020 via mobile

Average service; average food. The food that I had was so salty I could barely eat it. No one else in our party was thrilled with their entrees either, and they took a long time to come out.

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 8, 2020

Don't be in a hurry if you go here. Everyone is on island time and you should be too. Wait staff was great. Prices great. And food delicious and great presentation. My first mofongo, it was delicious. The chicken tacos were very tasty.

Date of visit: March 2020
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