Went there, last Saturday, I waited more than 10 minutes just for the drinks order (really good mojitos) , good food but slow and sloppy service , I really wish the could be faster!
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The recommendations from staff was right on the spot l the lobster for two seem it could feed more and the flavor and seafront do medley was fresh and tasty.
I got there at 7pm the place was empty with a group of employees talking in a corner. I was seated and after 10 minutes waiting for services I left. Dont pay those prices for such a poor services. No wonder why the place in...More
The place has a good parking, on week-ends it gets crowded. Service is so and so, the last time we went the fish was not fresh as the previous visit. Food is average and the prices are too high for the quality and quantity served,...More
Horrible service. We cancel the order and just left the place. Nobody welcomed us and the two employees (females) was too hostile and arrogant. I went there with my daughter and a friend with her daughter and was a very unpleasant experience.
Within 2 minutes inside the restaurant on a semi busy day @ 4pm got a table and greeted by a very friendly waitress and within 5 minutes inside we had already ordered we stepped in after having a horrible experience next door in Vinnys and...More
My friend and I visited El Mako last Saturday June 25 2016, because the other restaurant that we always visit was closed due to a private activity. We asked for fried red snapper. Mine with smashed breadfruit (tostones de pana) and my friend with mofongo....More
This was our least favorite spot in the small town. It was extremely expensive and the food was so so. I ordered shrimp Mofungo and it was tasty but the shrimp was extremely chewy. Hard to eat. My husband stuck to porkchops because it was...More