Best Puerto Rican food in Southern California. And Senor Big Ed, a homey Puerto Rican spot in Cypress, did begin as a Mexican restaurant, folding up tacos and burritos long before it mashed together its first order of mofongo, a dish of plantains, pork rinds and garlic. But the place is purely Puerto Rican these days, with flags, hats and shoes all proudly displayed (and for sale) just inside the door.
Past those patriotic goods are wispy white curtains and sun-bleached walls -- Senor Big Ed is a sparse place, light and bright enough to recall a breezy beach scene despite its landlocked location on Lincoln Avenue. With the slightest breeze, the restaurant seems even more coastal, cooled by fans spinning like pinwheels as they spread every occasional gust around the room.- LA Times
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