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Posted by J Lav on 01/19/2012
I wanted to go to restaurant that we always go to but I forgot they closed on Thursday so my family and I decided to go to La Fonda when we arrived it look like a nice place very cold for my comfort there was only one table other than ours I look at a menu witch I thought was a little pricey but I really don't mine paying for food that is good I ordered the empanadas oh what a disappointment they were so so so so small and taste like cardboard the main entree was a picada wich had very little meat and lots of onions with a few pieces of cold chicken this plate was $15 dollars the empanadas were $ 4 dollars please go to Las Tablas, Pueblo Viejo, Brasa Roja, .......Mc Donalds there is a lot of great Latin Restaurants exempt Mikey D I was just being funny but do your self a favor don't waste your money in this place
Posted by Tom on 07/26/2011
I had been going there for many years even prior to this new location. The People are fantastic. The food is to die for. The Arroz con Camarones is Fantastic...
Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2007
We love eating here, and enjoy taking friends - we've been to La Fonda probably ten times since it's opened and never once been disappointed. We get seats easily; the food is fast, hot and tasty! The empanadas are outstanding.
Posted by Mark on 01/28/2007
My wife and I have been regulars here since stumbling upon it a few years ago. The Seafood is always delicious (arroz con mariscos in particular) Try the Arepas (a corn pancake) with bacon-wrapped shrimp as an appetizer. The specials are always a treat.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2006
My husband and I ate at La Fonda last night and we loved it! The atmosphere is very warm and inviting and the food was delicious. Even on a Thursday night, there was a steady flow of customers. We had the spinach-mushroom empanadas to start, I had the arroz con camarones, and my husband had the cazuela de mariscos. Both servings were large and full of seafood, and delicious! For dessert, we shared the brevas bon helado, which was excellent -- the figs had a spicy taste to them which went well with the ice cream. The service was excellent, and the place had a really nice vibe to it -- amongst the families and couples, there were several people dining on their own or studying on one of the tables while they enjoyed a huge plate of food. Plus, the ceiling is really neat! We would defnitely go back.