restaurants / Steakhouse

Lonely Planet review

Che T-shirts aren’t too common in Puerto Rico, where the man who promised to ‘create two, three…many Vietnams’ in the Americas is regarded with a certain degree of suspicion. That said, you might see the odd red-starred beret in here tucking into churrasco and parrillada (grilled, marinated steak), or veal chops with a kind of revolutionary zeal. Generally considered to be the best Argentinean food around, Che’s is popular with sanjuaneros and expats of all political persuasions, who allow themselves to be united momentarily by a bloody good steak.