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We hosted our last dinner at the Isla restaurant, located within the Hard Rock Punta Cana Resort. Although we made it an hour before closing. The manager Jose Minguel and his staff made dinner remarkable. The food was amazing and hot. He even made our...More
Found this little Dominican restaurant near Willowbrook Mall. Across from the closed Baker St. Pub.
I had a excellent Cuban sandwich. So large taking half home. My wife had the beef steak Dominican style, called Mofango Bistec. She loved it. Not at all pricey.
We were close to Willowbrook mall and decided to try this restaurant, it had good reviews. The food is pretty good. We tried Rabo encendio, Mofongo de pollo (dry for my test), empanadas, chivo guisado, and flan de coco. We were a party of 6...More
I'm no expert on Puerto Rican food having mostly experienced it as quasi-fast food when visiting Florida, but my wife wanted to try something different so we headed over to Punta Cana after a shopping trip to REI right across the Freeway. The food was...More
I recently went to Houston to celebrate my sister's 60th birthday. We went here for dinner. The food was quite delicious and the staff was friendly and attentive. It had been a while since I had eaten a good "Mofongo de chicharones". I was not...More
This is a small mom & pop restaurant in a strip mall adjacent to the Willowbrook Mall. I ate dinner here twice in one week. The first time I had camarones guisados. The second time I had mofongo camarones ajillo. Both times I had maduros...More
First of all I am a born and raised Dominican living in the USA. The prior review that gave a 2 star talking about "overly priced" needs to understand that finding true condiments and seasoning and main mofongo/mangu and of course you have to take...More
Honestly; I need to give you guys a 2 ⭐️. Food was ok. I'm a real Puerto Rican born and raised and you can compare my Alcapurrias, and please don't start with the Mofongo con Pernil. Nada que ver.
Las empanadas another story. Way overpriced...More