This café is a favorite with the locals from the surrounding condos, so it gets busy. If you want to have the place to yourself, arrive before 8:00am. Otherwise, you may have to wait a while for a waiter to notice you. Don’t be discouraged though-–it’s worth the wait. I ate here every morning during my week in Puerto Rico.
Although the omelettes, cinnamon buns, and sandwiches are good, by far the best meal is a breakfast of freshly squeezed orange juice (order without ice for better value), café con leche, and a warm croissant with butter and jam. Two people can eat breakfast here for less than $20 and the waiters are eager to practice their English with you.