About Trois Cent Onze
Since 2000 , 311 Trois Cent Onze has been located in the heart of Old San Juan, housed in a landmark building at 311 Fortaleza Street, of the area also known as SOFO (South of Fortaleza).
311"s Kitchen is under Chef Carlos Guzman Tavarez winner of many local awards.
Chef Guzman's cuisine is refined, delicate yet full of flavors of what France's culinary art has to offer .
The Dining Room, under the administration of owner, Sylma Pérez and General Manager Carolina Sostre . It hosts approximately 50 people for a sit down dinner. Sitting at the bar or in the dining room, you will experience the gentle and unobtrusive service of 311's professional staff.
San Juan, PR 00901
Contemporary French, European
Hours of Operation:
Dinner from Monday thru Saturday 6:00 pm to 10:00pm
Closed on Sundays
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Soft Background Music Only
2 large public parking (Doña Fela and Paseo Portuario) are only a couple blocks away. (3 minutes walking distance), as well as Taxi stops
Carlos Guzman Tavarez
Private Party Facilities:
Restaurant buy out available for larger group activities. Birthdays, Baptism, Wedding, Corporate or private events welcome.
Private Party Contact:
Sylma: (787) 671-6093
Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wine
Trois Cent Onze Ratings and Reviews
Once again, 311 was excellent. Even on a busy Valentines night! Service was outstanding with our waitress taking the time to describe various dishes, wines, even the history of the building. We also saw her giving this special attention to every other table she had. Outstanding! The food was all fantastic. Not a single complaint. We had Arugula Salad and Tuna Carpaccio for appetizers, Filet Mignon and Duck for entres, and the special parfait dessert that was delicious. The champagne was also very nice and complemented our meal. While not cheap, this restaurant is worth every penny. It’s not many places you’ll see the owner of 18 years taking drink orders, chatting with guests, and bussing tables! You can really feel how proud the staff is to work here at 311. Do yourself a favor, get dressed up one night and go have a fabulous meal at Trois Cent Onze!
We found this unexpected treat on a cruise to the Eastern Caribbean. The owner, Silma, and our waiter, Juan Carlos, were as pleasant as the food was exceptional. This meal is the highlight of our shore-side experience and I cannot recommend it highly enough!
When we winter in Puerto Rico we always make sure to dine here at least once during our stay. We couldn't make it down to Puerto Rico last year but when we ate our outstanding meal last week, we were greeted by a staff member who not only remembered us but also knew we were from the northeast. The duck was cooked perfectly with a sear that was outstanding. The prix fixe was a find. Service was complete and not intrusive. If you like fine dining, this is the place to go in Viejo San Juan!
Es la tercera vez que lo visitamos. Nos parece un restaurante acogedor y romántico. Mi único reparo fue el aperitivo de pulpo. La cantidad no cualifica como aperitivo y no tuvo nada de espectacular. La ensalada de melón original y sabrosa igual que el pato y el "pork belly". El postre de manzana regular. Debo decir que la vez anterior ordené las vieras de aperitivo y estuvieron muy bien cocinadas. Las porciones son bastante pequeñas. Salí con un poco de hambre. Aún así regresaremos y lo recomendamos.
Who would have thought at tucked away in a littler hole in the wall is a gastronomic wonder. French cuisine at it's most demanding best. Flavourable, affordable and outstanding in every way. One note - forget the attractive looking round table for 4 in the middle of the back of the restaurant. Nearly froze to death. Fabulous food!!
This was a repeat trip for us - this restauarent is fantastic. Highly recommend, friendly and attentive service, and food is heavenly. Party of four we had a variety of entrees, including duck, shrimp and red pepper risotto, code and quiche. All were plated well and delicious. Do not miss the creme brulee - ours was cinnamon and it was heavenly.
We learned (too late) that the regular chef, who has earned a good reputation, was out due to an injury or prolonged illness. The substitute chef was tasked with imitating the good chef's food, but it did not go well. For people like us, who went there based on a reputation earned by the good chef, we felt cheated. The restaurant would have kept us as customers if we were informed, in advance, of the issue. In the New York theatre, when a star is not performing, a notice is given in advance concerning the understudy. Very sad. The service gets a good mark because of Victor, the fine waiter.
This was probably our 7th time dining here and this was a special occasion as our daughter and her new husband were enjoying their first married trip to Old San Juan. We loved the ambiance and the exceptional service but the food and wine were stellar! There is nothing on the menu that doesn't exceed expectations.
Excellent French food in Puerto Rico,everything was truely authentic,the chaucherie plater was outstanding,we took half home for lunch the next day ,and were reminded of how good it was all our entrees were superb and the staff was on their game,wish we could go back and will on our next trip to the island!
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