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El Barrio Restaurant Fondita – Spanish Food Spanish Harlem – Plate Of The Day
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El Barrio Restaurant Fondita – Spanish Food Spanish Harlem

November 25, 2006

el barrio fondita restaurant. spanish harlem new yorik

El Barrio Restaurant Fondita – Spanish Food Spanish Harlem

El Barrio Restaurant
155 E 110th @ Lexington
Just outside of the 110 #6 Train Subway entrance.

Welcome to my Barrio. Something that I can’t get enough of is the great selection of affordable Spanish cuisine up in Spanish Harlem. You can get great homemade dishes for cheap and they taste amazing. Such is the case with El Barrio Restaurant Fondita. Despite the countertop and stools in the small space ofel barrio fondita restaurant. spanish harlem new yorik El Barrio, you actually feel like you’re more inside of mama’s kitchen vs. in a restaurant. She’s got a long table top filled with delicious chicken and pork – some stewed some baked. Beans and yellow rice also stand by ready to be doled out. You can get a medium (which is actually quite largeel barrio fondita restaurant. spanish harlem new york for 2 people) for just $3.50. Really hungry? Upgrade to the mammoth $5.00 and you get even more. A much better deal than I got down at Pedros Tacos in DUMBO. This is a great and convenient restaurant that is just steps away from the subway entrance. Come up to my Barrio and enjoy anytime!

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  • Reply Douglas Cress December 11, 2006 at 4:53 pm

    I pass this place on the way to Food Master. I’ll have to check it out. That’s really quite a large plate

    (I can see the “Food Center” in the background in the first picture. I wonder how they manage to stay in business).

    There’s a great Spanish place on 106th b/w 3rd and Lex…La Fonda Boricua which is also quite good.

    I’m always intrigued by the other Mexican Restaurants a little further down Lexington. They blast the music so loud that I’m afraid to go in for fear of hearing damage.

  • Reply Jibaro X April 11, 2007 at 9:56 pm

    Dude…I’ve lived in this hood all my life, and I eat at some grimy spots, but I personally avoid this place.
    Stick with the original fonda:


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