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French Restaurants in Puerto Rico


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  1. Amanda's Cafe
    Amanda's Cafe offers seating inside or out with a view of the Atlantic and the old city wall. The cuisine is Mexican, French, and Caribbean, and the nachos, refreshing fruit frappés, and margaritas are the best in town.
  2. 424 Norzagaray St. Old San Juan
    San Juan, PR 00901
    (787) 722-0187
  3. Bistro de Paris
    Located at the Excelsior Hotel.
  4. 801 Ave Ponce de León Ave., Miramar
    San Juan
    (787) 721-8925
  5. Boulangerie St. Honoré
    Stop in for fresh baguettes, gourmet soups, and traditional Parisian bistro fare to eat in or take out.
  6. 364 Fortaleza St., Old San Juan
    San Juan, PR 00901
    (787) 977-2369
  7. Chaumiere
    Located behind the famous Tapia Theater. Specialties include the onion soup, Oysters Rockefeller, Rack of Lamb, Scallops Provencale and Veal Oscar.
  8. 367 Tetuan St., Old San Juan
    San Juan, PR 00901
    (787) 722-3330
  9. Fussion
    Food options include lamb, numerous seafood dishes and gourmet pizzas.
  10. 317 Fortaleza St., Old San Juan
    San Juan, PR 00901
    (787) 721-7997
  11. Horned Dorset Primavera
  12. Rte. 429, Km 3, Box 1132
    Rincon, PR 00677
    (787) 823-4030 or (787) 823-4050
  13. La Belle Epoque
    The restaurant offers a caviar bar and an impressive wine cave. For something tasty and exciting, order the French crepes, prepared with appropriate flourish at your table.
  14. 1400 Magdalena Avenue
    San Juan
    (787) 977-1765
  15. La Patisserie de France
  16. 1504 Ashford Ave.
    San Juan, PR 00907
    (787) 728-5508
  17. Panache
  18. 1127 Seaview, Condado
    San Juan, PR 00907
    (787) 725-8284
  19. Papa Marcos Cuisine & Bistro
  20. Cabo Rojo
    (787) 254-2242
  21. Trois Cent Onze
    The cuisine is genuinely French with some American accents. Open Sunday-Friday for dinner only, Saturday for lunch and dinner.
  22. 311 Fortaleza St., Old San Juan
    San Juan, PR 00901
    (787) 725-7959




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More than 70% of the rum sold in the U.S. comes from Puerto Rico.