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La Fonda Boricua

  • $$
  • Latin American, Puerto Rican
  • 169 E 106th St, New York 10029 40.791998 -73.944949
  • (Btwn Lexington & 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 410-7292
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User Ratings (Based on 18 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 3_5 Value 3
Service 3 Atmosphere 3_5

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 410-7292
Major Credit Cards
Mon-Fri: 11:30am-10pm Sat: 11am-11pm Sun: 10:30am-9pm
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Lunch, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
Min Delivery:

User Reviews

  • La Fonda Boricua

    Posted by Gregg on 2015-03-27

    Excellent Puerto Rican food!

    Last time I was at the Fonda (about 2 years ago), I was not too pleased with the experience; seemed they were going through some kind of transition. But on this recent visit (earlier this week), I could not have been happier! The food was excellent: I

  • La Fonda Boricua

    Posted by brenda on 2013-07-12

    totally dissapointed

    I had went to the old " la fonda boricua" and the food was awesome, I went there today and was totally dissapointed, the portions are very small, and the prices are through the roof now, $12 for a mofongo, and $12 dollars for white rice and beans with per

  • La Fonda Boricua

    Posted by Maria on 2013-07-10

    Totally Disappointed and Horrible Plantains

    I ordered takeout (the steak with onions, rice with gondules and sweet plantains). The steak tasted okay, but looked extremely bland. The onions were translucent with no color at all! The rice was fine, but I'm not sure it is possible for spanish people t

  • La Fonda Boricua

    Posted by local on 2011-01-05

    Suspicious mistreatment

    I expected from the menu to only have to pay $14 for 2 people to eat a meager meal of beef stew. I was charged $27. For what? Food I could have made myself for $5. Crock pot beef, a couple carrots (the only veggie by the way), a soggy paper cup of beans a

  • La Fonda Boricua

    Posted by spanish harlem mujer on 2010-08-31

    spanish harlem's gem has dulled

    This eatery once was great-however now its played out and food is "o.k." nothing to write home to folks in PR.--ate at La fonda de jibarito in old San Juan PR and baby no comparison-Bring back old school flavor to el barrio not yuppie faire. too bad -cha

  • La Fonda Boricua

    Posted by Mambobabi on 2009-04-10

    Authentic & Delicious

    It's really hard to find authentic Puerto Rican cuisine, but La Fonda Boricua never fails to deliver a delicious and inexpensive meal that reminds me of my Grandmother's cooking. I've been here many times over the years, and I've never had a bad experienc

  • La Fonda Boricua

    Posted by nycgirl on 2009-03-02

    good food, could use some improvement in other areas

    I originally heard about this restaurant on the food network on the show thrown with bobby flay where he competes with the owner of this restaurant, since that time I've always wanted to try this place out. My husband and I went today and I ordered the

  • La Fonda Boricua

    Posted by Foodie on 2008-12-23

    Too Expensive & Small Portions

    This place does not have a written menu with prices. I swear they make up the prices depending on who is serving you. Also, they totally cheap out on portion sizes. The food is just ok. But their prices are as if they are a table cloth restaurant. Bottom

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