Trois Cent Onze

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Chef’s Hat Award Hall of Fame Winner.







Trois Cent Onze

311 Fortaleza Street,

Old San Juan


Lunch Wednesday-Saturday, Dinner nightly from 6pm-10:30pm; Sunday noon-10pm.


French cuisine with the taste of Provencal in this lovely restaurant. Award-winning Chef Juan Peña has a global menu. Bar menu available.

Cocina francesa con sabor de Provencal en este hermoso restaurante. El chef premiado Juan Peña tiene un menú mundial. Menú de barra es disponible.

Winner Chef’s Hat Awards 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 =Tables Magazine Hall of Fame.


Filed Under: $$$- average entrée under $30Fine DiningFrenchNortheastOld San Juan

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