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El Ladrillo is Spanish for "The Brick", and the excellent reputation of this fine restaurant is as solid as its name suggest. In 1975 Tata and Tato, the restaurants owners, opened for business with four tables in their hometown, Dorado. Today, El Ladrillo, with its brick walls, is frequented by guest from nearby Hyatt resorts, as well as locals who drive in from places like San Juan to enjoy the cuisine that has been perfected over the years. El Ladrillo is well noted as a steakhouse. Tato and Tata, along with their head Chef (who has been with them for over 20 years), specializes in fresh U.S. prime Angus beef and lamb. Sirloin, T-bones and filet mignons are grilled and served exactly to order. When it comes to seafood el Ladrillo is also noted for exellence. Their seafood and fish, caught fresh from island waters, is offered in a greater variety of dishes, from Puerto Rican style shrimp and lobster stews to Zarzuela, a delicious combination from the sea in a sauce laced with herbs.
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