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Posted by Great food on 2015-06-24
The food is good but they keep upping their prices. La Tara de Oro is another great rapier to Rican restaurant and their prices stay just as great.
Posted by Liz on 2015-02-17
Ordered these twice by friend recommendation, although very delicious, hot on the outside, cold on the inside. The woman there are very shady and don't know how to smile and say thank you.
Posted by Anonymous on 2015-01-26
I have had food delivered in the past with no problem, but tonight the man who took my order tried to add a $3 delivery fee on a $9 order when I live 5 blocks away, because that's how the delivery guy gets paid. This will definitely be the last time I or
Posted by Sean on 2012-02-20
I want to pass along to you a dining gem I was in earlier tonight - Casa Adela on Avenue C between 4th and 5th Street. It's a little dive of a place, straight out of the Bronx, 1950/60. Mostly a take out. Outstanding Puerto Rican food cooked by Puerto
Posted by Gora on 2010-06-04
The prices are amazing and the food is the real thing: PR fare like it has always been done. The chicken soup fixes everything that may be going on wrong in your life :)
Be patient with the service, this place is like going to your PR's friend parents ho
Posted by Anonymous on 2010-06-01
Could not wait to go to this restaurant, however i was very disappointed. ordered the pernil. very small portion came to the table cold half of the portion was fat. i must say what ever meat was there was tasty. i recommend putting all the items on one p
Posted by CiCi on 2009-12-29
Went to eat at Casa Adela on Christmas eve night (12/24/09) around 5:00PM for dinner. It was my first time going there. I took the recommendation from listening to a Spanish Chef that was recently on Foodnetwork. He raved about Casa Adela having the best
Posted by Maria V. on 2009-09-08
This is place is the real deal. It's almost like it was pulled off a street in Old San Juan, is run by your favorite Titi and Abuelita is in the kitchen. Worth the wait, worth the price, and worth working around their hours.