Fodor's Expert Review La Mallorquina
Dating from 1848, La Mallorquina is thought to be the island's oldest restaurant. It specializes in various versions of asopao, a soupy rice dish with chicken or seafood, as well as other Puerto Rican and Spanish-inspired favorites. But it's the old-fashioned atmosphere that really recommends the place. In a room of whirring ceiling fans and antique marble floor tiles, the nattily attired staffers zip between the tables, which are covered in white tablecloths. Keep in mind that service can be a bit slow here.
207 Calle San Justo
San Juan, n/a Puerto Rico 00901, Puerto Rico