If you've got a hankering for Cuban food, you might find yourself with a chance to treat yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, there are a couple of places in the Dominican Republic within this category.
With lots to tempt your palate, from the very casual setting of El Cafecito de la Cubana, there's something in store for each visitor and even for that special night you're planning.to the expertly prepared breakfast, dinner and lunch at
Use the list below to get a taste for the small handful of Cuban places that you may hear about during your stay. You can click each restaurant's name to discover the details about its dress code, food, or even nearby attractions.
La Cantina is located at Casa de Campo, and is a popular choice worth considering if you're going to spend some time exploring this neighborhood or the surrounding area. It is 4.2 miles east-southeast of La Romana. Hoping to have a great plate of food in a breezy, no-fuss environment? Don't miss the laid-back ambiance and service at this establishment.
El Cafecito de la Cubana is located in Bayahibe, a hamlet in the vicinity of La Romana; 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the east-southeast of La Romana. As part of their panel of food with Cuban flair, this visitor favorite is known for its coffee and seafood. <p>Caribbean dishes are on the menu here, including fresh fried fish, lobster, shrimp, ropa vieja, and</p> <p>curry chicken. Wash it down with a flavorful smoothie or a mojito.</p>
Baco Restaurant is on the same premises as. It's 21.9 miles northwest of Bani. People who are in the mood for sandwiches will wholly love dining here during a visit to San Jose De Ocoa.
Cafe Cubano is located just outside the heart of Sosua, a town in the vicinity of Puerto Plata; 11.2 miles to the east of Puerto Plata. This local establishment isn't merely Cuban themed dishes and of course coffee, but wouldn't you know they're also dubbed a hotspot for sandwiches.
If your preferences are flexible, you're likely to enjoy similar offerings at restaurants like the following:
|(809) 523-4703||Caribbean||Boca Chica, Central Dominican Republic||the Dominican Republic|
|Algeria Cafe Lounge||(849) 630-1002||Caribbean||Cabarete, Northern part of Dominican Republic||the Dominican Republic|
|Lago Grill||(809) 523-3333||Caribbean||4.2 mi. East-Southeast of Central La Romana||Hispaniola|
|--||Creole||4.9 mi. West-Southwest of Central Las Terrenas||Hispaniola|
|(809) 240-6885||Spanish||0.6 mi. Northwest of Central Las Terrenas||Hispaniola|
|La Salsa||(829) 719-8060||Caribbean||0.6 mi. Northwest of Central Las Terrenas||Hispaniola|
|El Pelicano Restaurant||(809) 523-4611||Caribbean||Boca Chica, Central Dominican Republic||the Dominican Republic|
|Meson De Bari||(809) 687-4091||Creole||Zona Colonial, Central Dominican Republic||the Dominican Republic|
|(809) 538-2383||Caribbean||0.2 mi. Southeast of Central Samana||Hispaniola|
|--||Creole||3.6 mi. West-Northwest of Central Arroyo Del Cabo||Hispaniola|
Sometimes, the most exciting culinary offerings in the Dominican Republic are those you wind up near unexpectedly as you're out doing activities and seeing attractions. But, jotting down at least a couple dining possibilities on your itinerary, will keep this aspect of your trip worry free. To read more about the dining options waiting for you, check out this page.
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