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El Castillo De Jagua
Posted by Mr. Taylor on 09/03/2014
Came into the restaurant quiet good place ordered my meal. When it came my eggs were so thin I felt sorry for the chicken that died to not help me get full. My pancakes taste like the dough mix not fully don't my cheese which cost me two dollars were not melted never will I come back to this place. Only good thing was my waitress very nice lady
Posted by Gabriel Santiago Estevez on 05/28/2014
Good music Good food Respectful environment Cultural atmosphere Great service Cold beers Bilingual staff
Posted by Amy on 01/23/2014
I have been going to this places for years. One of my favorite for dominican food sancocho soup is delicious, oxtail stew and chicharron de pollo with bones (fried chunk chicken). The service is good they take care of customer in a good manner. The price are pretty cheap for a lower east side manhattan.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/29/2013
I frequented this restaurant regularly and since its a local establishment I would go along with the spotty service. I love supporting local business. Unfortunately, after all these years and coming back time and time again. This morning sitting at a table, another table came into the restaurant. I ordered a tea to-go and my friend was waiting for a menu to eat in. After about 10-minutes we look over to see the next table has all their food. We had not even gotten menus/water or the tea to go. When I asked the waitress she replied she was busy. Which is laughable as there were only 2-tables in the entire restaurant. Even still as a waitress you need to service the people that come in. Saying you're too busy to give water or menus while a later table has received all their food is just not good service.
Posted by Mike on 11/08/2012
Its one of the last old school latino places. The neighborhood is changing and hopefully the landlord will be reasonable so they can stay in business. Some of the better roasted chicken in the city with rice beans and salad for under $9. I love the goat stew, go you wont be disapointed, last comment killer cafe con leche.
Posted by jbooggramercy on 10/19/2012
Everything about this place is great. If you've never had mofongo then you should go get some now. That or any of the sandwiches. Keep it coming!!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/05/2012
well..this is not the place for yuppie crowd, no no no... no red velvet rope, no silly hostess.- no reservations or over hyped menus. This is your typical Latino joint, good simple food at a decent price for the L.E.S.- The best Cuban sandwich I had north of Miami