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El ladrillo


type: criollo/ spanish influenceaddress: 334 Méndez Vigo, Dorado, near the center of the cityparking: limitedkids: grown kids are fine, little kids keep an eye there are expensive paintings and knickknacks in the restaurantservice: a bit slow but super nice and formal, they have two different people who attend you one for the water, napkins, etc. and the other to order food.food: it is excellent, light food alternative for the usually heavy criollo/spanish food, i tried the lamb chops and it was so good that you could eat the bone (didnt eat the bone b/c you cant eat the bone), the chuleton is ridicoulously tender, the salads of glory, the sea food that is super fresh.comment: it is a place where its name explains whats inside “el ladrillo”” is the translation for bricks and it is made out bricks and wood, and has a lot of paintings that are delightful to admire. make reservations past 6 pm it gets full and theres not much parking.they are considerate with people with allergies, they have a large diverse menu for everyone from meat eaters to vegeterians.

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