My fiance and I went last night to Old San Juan looking for great food at a reasonable price, and since it was recommended as such on this site, we decided to check it out. I was really looking forward to Asopao de Camarones, as it seems like I can never find the real thing in Miami. Asopao's range from $25 to $40 dollars ( for one! ). I ended up with Mofongo con Carne Frita, which still cost $15. My fiance had Lechon Asado con arroz con gandules y tostones for $20. We then shared a Bien Me Sabe de Guayaba, which was amazing! For the two of us, one soda, no alcohol, two entrees and one dessert the bill came to $55. NOT inexpensive at all! But, the service was great, they offer a buffet on the weekends for $22 a person, which includes one non-alcoholic drink and dessert/coffee.
Pros: Great food, easy parking, good service and a diverse menu
Cons: All the items seem to be quite a bit overpriced