My Panamanian mother in law LOVES Sofrito Rico, saying the Puerto Rican dishes are just like the food she grew up on. If we go during her occasional visits, I get more than enough. While the basic rice and beans, bacalao, and tostones are satisfying, virtually everything is deep-fried. Cilantro (or its cousin, culantro) plays a starring role in most of the dishes, which is great for those people who love the stuff. Unfortunately, cilantro is one of the only flavors I can't tolerate. I wish Sofrito Rico much success, but I won't be going there very often.