Guiso Criollo

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Guiso Criollo

Avenue Main 30-5,

Urb. Santa Rosa, Bayamón

San Juan

787-785-9557

Open Tuesday through Thursday 11:30am to 4am; Friday and Saturday noon to 10pm; Sunday 2pm to 9pm. Closed Monday.

$$

Chef Jessica Bonano prepares Cuban and Puerto Rican creative cuisine.

La chef Jessica Bonano prepara su cocina creativa puertorriqueña y cubana.

Filed Under: $$ average entrée under $20BayamónCasualCubanNortheastPuerto Rican/CriolloSan Juan

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