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Puerto Rician Food Port Chester

nbermas Mar 16, 2009 03:31 PM

to Stamford and what to eat? Where why and how, must have very clean kitchen. Thank you.

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  1. adamclyde RE: nbermas Mar 16, 2009 06:11 PM

    Oddly enough, I don't think there's any puerto rican food in Port Chester. At least I'm not aware. In Stamford, I'm not aware of any either. There's Dominican, but that's all I'm aware of between Stamford and Port Chester.

    1. JohnnyCT RE: nbermas Mar 16, 2009 08:34 PM

      If you are willing to travel a bit outside of Stamford head to East Main Street in Bridgeport.....Ramirez Restaurant or Marrero Restaurant for starters.

      And for true old school Connecticut Boricua flavor you should visit Frog Hollow in Hartford.

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        nbermas RE: JohnnyCT Mar 18, 2009 10:19 AM

        Johnny, what to order there? I am in Bridgeport alot but never now where is safe, clean and yummy. Where else do you like any other ethnic places you like in Bridgeport? what to order too!!! Thanks

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          JohnnyCT RE: nbermas Mar 19, 2009 06:47 PM

          I would suggest you start at Marrero Restaurant on East Main Street.
          Get the mofongo if they have it....chicken stew is also good.

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            nbermas RE: JohnnyCT Mar 20, 2009 11:53 AM

            That sounds like a good start, we went to a Puerto Rician place in Norwalk for the second time and I had this Pork Kabab with pork, onions, plaintains, and peppers, very tasy and good, a chicken empanda very good and my hubby had chicken plate with beans and rice, well cooked, clean food and very decent. It is right across from Vet's Park next to a fishing store.

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              adamclyde RE: nbermas Mar 21, 2009 02:41 PM

              Julie's right?

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              Julie's Restaurant
              2 Fort Point St, Norwalk, CT 06855

              1. re: adamclyde
                nbermas RE: adamclyde Mar 22, 2009 12:35 PM

                I don't now the name sorry but as I stated right across from the Vets Park. Check it out again and tell me what you like or not. Take it easy

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        debmom RE: nbermas Mar 17, 2009 04:45 AM

        The new restaurant, Don Coqui, that took over for McMenamins in New Rochelle is suppose to be Carribean and Puerto Rican. Haven't been yet.

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          adamclyde RE: debmom Mar 17, 2009 05:57 AM

          hmm. very, very interesting...

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