This restaurant, whose name means "Waves and Sand," is the best place to admire both while you're enjoying traditional Puerto Rican cuisine. Grab a seat on the open-air terrace where live fish serve as the table centerpiece. After a glass of sangria, start with fried cheese dribbled with guava sauce before indulging in the plentiful mofongo stuffed with chicken, steak, octopus, shrimp, or seafood. The paella for two is a good option, as is the fresh fish served with plantains
and rice and beans. Some of the dishes tend to be heavy on the salt, so tell the chef if you prefer otherwise. Bring insect spray, since mosquitoes can be a nuisance.
Villas del Mar Hau, Carr 466, Km. 8.3, Isabela, 00662, Puerto Rico