Find out what South American restaurants to try in Pawtucket. Pawtucket /pəˈtʌkɪt/ ( listen) is a city in Providence County, Rhode Island, United States. The population was 71,148 at the 2010 census. It is the fourth largest city in the state.
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4 based on 1310 reviews
our daughter, a former peace corps vol in peru, had to wait until after her baby was born so she could go back to eat the raw fish of cervichespectacular service from casandra for the 7 of us as always, we left with giant containers of food as you get 2 meals out of each dinnerthe new back bar area is almost ready
4 based on 32 reviews
Pretty good arepas in Providence area. When I went in, the place was empty, decided to get take out. Must say the arepas themselves are quite thin compared to the ones I've had previously but good quantity of stuffing. Got shredded beef, pork and chicken arepas, probably liked them in that order as well. Good experience overall if not for the price, paid 23$ for 3 arepas (they charge you 1$ extra for cheese and avocado; make sure you clarify when they ask you everything in it).
I was told by a friend to stop off in Guatemala on the way back from Costa Rica...and I asked 'What is in Guatemala??"She replied, "ANTIGUA!"I called immediately upon arrival to thank her!It is the cutest colonial town with many beautiful cathedrals delicious restaurants, and super friendly locas!I spent a week discovering what each cobbled stone street had to offer, and I can't recommend it enough to friends. I had absolutely no trouble or fear walking around day or night by myself. The main part of the city is quite quaint and very easy to maneuver on foot, but if you have trouble walking...you can also get a tuctuc to anywhere for just a couple of dollars. Lastly, I will just warn you to bring some extra $$ because you will absolutely fall in love with the hand made textiles!!
4 based on 25 reviews
We went to La Casona, looking for something different for dinner. It's an attractive place and it has a nice bakery attached to it with a lot of yummy-looking offerings (we were full so didn't try anything there). Husband ordered the Plato Montenero, which included two thin slices of steak, very tasty, and a chorizo sausage, with salad, rice, beans and a few other accompaniments. He was happy with that. I ordered the Tequila Shrimp which the server suggested was very good. She was right! It was in a light cream sauce, very good. Shrimp cooked perfectly. Served with white rice and a little salad. Got a glass of wine and hubby got a beer, very reasonable. Lots of families and couples there, but we were seated right away on a Saturday night. Service was great, pleasant and warm. We'll be back!
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