This tiny little joint that has only eight is a real insider's place, and it serves decent food that's full of flavor under bare cflourescent bulbs the spartan décor is more than compensated for bye the really bargain food served in this working-class neighborhood. The breakfast served heres is Old San Juan's most reasonable in price, complete with eggs, potatoes, and ham. for your maoin course, you could enjoy generous helping of roast, or something light- such as codfish salad. Pork is smothered in onions and served with yellow rice, and you can also order sancocho, a robust meat-and-vegetable stew. manu dishes come with mangú, a plantain smash. The fixed-price menu is the town's greatest food buy. the plasce has a liquor license and has happy hours every day.