All entrees served with abuela's rice and beans, tostones and small salad. substitutions available for extra charge
Our most popular dish! Pork shoulder marinated for days, slow roasted and hand pulled! Muy Delicioso!!!
8 oz cut of Flat Iron Steak, marinated in olive oil, garlic and vinegar, griddle cooked and topped with sautéed onions
– Add al ajillo or isla de fuego prawns (la isla surf n turf) for an extra charge
– Get it spicy for $1 more
Tender, slow-cooked chicken thighs cooked in a sofrito seasoned stew with olives, capers and potatoes-comfort food at its best!
Two time Ballard Seafood Festival winner! Grilled, wild Coho Salmon, seasoned in a lemon, oil and garlic marinade, topped with grilled onions-AWESOME!
Breaded catfish strips seasoned in adobo and lime juice, deep fried to a crispy golden brown. Served with house made pique sauce and lemon
Blackened wild coho salmon, spicy cajun seasoning- pan seared and oven finished, topped with our mango-pineapple salsa
Two 6 oz bone-in pork chops, marinated with lemon, garlic and adobo, served in two styles:
A La Criolla - bell peppers, onions, garlic, cilantro and tomato sauce in a red creole sauce
Deep fried - crispy and succulent!
It means 'Old Clothes'-really? A very popular dish of the islands- shredded skirt steak, julienned peppers, onion, red wine and adobo-simmered to perfection
Whole fried red snapper, seasoned with adobo and house made mojo marinade
Reviewed by many as our best dish! Our Puerto Rican style lasagna; layers of sweet plantains, mozzarella cheese and your choice of filling
Pernil - our slow roasted pulled pork with mojito flamboyan and a customer favorite!
Carne Molida - seasoned, all natural ground beef simmered in sofrito and tomato sauce
Veggie - eggplant, zucchini, tofu-veggie mix
(pastelon is cooked to order and takes about 15 minutes-it is well worth the wait)
Our most traditional island dish made up of fried, smashed plantains and stuffed with your choice below, served in a Pilon. Takes 20 minutes to cook, but worth the wait.