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Casa Adela

Restaurants, Puerto Rican East Village
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The TV tuned to Telemundo soaps and the family photos on the walls lend a touch of comfort, but the plastic tablecloths and bubbling fryers place this Puerto Rican casa firmly in greasy-spoon territory. One of the last vestiges of a rapidly disappearing Loisada, Adela’s offers hearty Boricua fare: Rich carne guisada, a slow-cooked beef stew, is served with rice and pink beans, and a mound of garlicky mofongo (a savory plantain mash) gets a coating of crunchy pork rinds. Come with an empty stomach: Overly generous portions see to it that no one leaves Adela’s house hungry.



Address: 66 Ave C
New York
Cross street: between 4th and 5th Sts
Transport: Subway: F to Lower East Side–Second Ave
Price: Average main course: $9. Cash only
Opening hours: Daily 8am–8pm
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