This is not along the tourist paths.
The server was very helpful, translated everything & made recommendations. The menu is not large - they focus on making a few good things.
We had a large veggie pizza with a thin & perfectly textured crust and Daiya cheeses. It was delicious, but not a large enough meal for three adults.
She also served us drinks that turned out to be several dollars each but were very unique - one was lemongrass infusion and the other was toasted sesame (I wouldn't have thought that would taste good, but it did).
If you bike to them, they give you a discount. Parking is haphazard along that street.
Don't assume it's closed if you can't open the door on the first try. The server needs to notice that you're there and ring you in.
They have a small collection of games (dominoes & such) and some reading materials (I learned about native trees while waiting for the pizza).
Friendly, welcoming, and it's also a bakery. If you're staying in San Juan for more than a few days, learn your way to Peace n Loaf.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday June 04, 2013Pros: Perfect pizza crust, Friendly & helpful service