Sushi Market in Paitilla is ok. The hot Tuna cone was not bad but nothing worthy of anything better than good. The sashimi of Tuna, Salmon and some mystery white fish was meh. No real taste to any of these fishes. I may go back for a roll or some nigiri before I give up on this particular Sushi Market.
The chicken was fantastic! Crispy skin with tons of flavor, moist flavorful meat that had me wanting more. The size was also pretty big. No frills, just damn good chicken!
Luna Rossa is a must while in Coronado. The food is always top notch. The portions are ample and the food served is always good. The Greek Salad was big and fresh with the right amount amount of crumbled feta cheese and well dressed. The corvina with fennel sauce was also very good.
This visit the food at Lula was good, not great and by no means worthy of any more than three stars. I am a big eater and order based on that, and today the waiter automatically hands me the Directo al Fuerte (Menu executivo) and I request the full menu to then be given an odd look. I am told that if I order a main dish, duh, Lula will include, at no additional charge a soup and a soft drink. I ordered the prime ribeye and grilled vegetables with the chicken soup as my starter. I declined on the beverage and opted for only cold water. The soup was not served hot enough and the taste was average. The ribeye, ordered medium rare, was served medium to medium well. The grilled veggies were carrots, zucchini, and eggplant, but were more like over boiled sliced vegetables that were later put on a grill top to achieve some marks. When I requested the check and presented an offer that I had, I was promptly told that the soup has to be charged since Lula can't combine promotions. I protested to the server stating I was told that it was at no additional charge, but he replied that those are the rules. I paid my check completely, left a fair tip for the staff, but the food doesn't warrant the prices to ever voluntarily return.
I wish I had more opportunities to eat this good more often. The ramen is fantastic as well as their Salmon poke bowl. It is always a good sign when the owner/chef is there personally attending to their patrons. The excellent service is a refreshing change.
Satisfying a craving that existed since they opened, I finally indulged. The service is excellent. I tasted some of their handmade bars that were very good. Because of a 2x1 special I was able to buy double the amount I would have.
The value at the Leños y Carbon in Multicentro makes eating ion a food court worth it. The salad bar also helps tremendously. The New York steak is very good.
The only reason I went back to La Strega was because of my hunger, horrible traffic, and the Degusta traffic. La Strega raised their prices again, I guess to offset the discount, shrunk the foods portion size and lowered again the quality. The bruschetta is now served on toasted square white bread, as opposed to toasted crusty Italian bread, the caprese salad contains severely thinly sliced tomato and mozzarella cheese with only a thin squeeze of what appears to be a pesto sauce as opposed to leaves of basil. The pizzas are incredibly small even for the discounted price. Their version of a Margherita pizza states it has basil leaves, as it should, but no basil can be seen or tasted on the pizza.