When the craving strikes for Thai cuisine, don't miss an opportunity to spoil yourself. Even though you may find your options somewhat limited, you can still find a few places in the Dominican Republic offering meals in this style.
With so much to try, from the informal locale of Chili Thai to the amazing dinner and lunch at , there's something in store for each type of traveler and any style of vacation desired.
The list below allows you to get a taste for the small handful of Thai restaurants you could be curious about as you're out on the town. On each restaurant's name, click to discover the details about its location, style, and more.
Chili Thai is found in the eastern outskirts of Sosua, a town in the vicinity of Puerto Plata; 13.0 miles to the east of Puerto Plata. Fresh fish from the Dominican Republic's coasts and Thai style eats are an outstanding combo at this informal eatery. In addition to your favorite Thai dishes that remain constant on the menu, Chili Thai also offers a weekly specials menu which allows the chef to experiment with other dishes. Their spring rolls are their secret weapon. Not many other places in the area carry this delight, so they are definitely a favorite. The curries are tasty and as spicy as in Thailand, and of course, they have special cocktails like mojitos, caiprinha variations, and their signature drink, the Chilingi.
Miro is on the same premises as Cabarete Beach. If you're curious, Puerto Plata is 18 and a half miles (30 kilometers) to the west. Seafood and Thai food are made for each other at this relaxed restaurant atmosphere.
Romanoff Restaurant is on the same premises as, and is a smart choice for guests who are going to spend time visiting this town and adjacent areas. In case you're wondering, Puerto Plata is 11 miles (18 kilometers) to the west. For times that call for a laid-back atmosphere while eating a decent plate of Thai fare, remember this local option which has a really casual setting.
Restuarant El Puerto is located in the eastern outskirts of La Romana. As an added bonus to Thai fare, this eatery serves up International preparations, so it's a excellent dining option for guests who want to try some unique combinations.
If your preferences are flexible, there are more options from this same flavor palette at places like the following:
|(809) 571-0472||Asian||Cabarete, Northern part of Dominican Republic||the Dominican Republic|
|(809) 571-0972||Chinese||Cabarete, Northern part of Dominican Republic||the Dominican Republic|
|(809) 261-3330||Japanese||0.1 mi. South-Southwest of Central Puerto Plata||the Dominican Republic|
|(809) 467-3337||Japanese||2.3 mi. East-Southeast of Central Friusa||Hispaniola|
|(809) 586-9022||Chinese||Puerto Plata||the Dominican Republic|
|(809) 732-5999||Japanese||Central Dominican Republic||the Dominican Republic|
|(809) 221-2121||Asian||2.7 mi. Northwest of Central El Macao||Hispaniola|
|(809) 538-2215||Asian||9.7 mi. West-Southwest of Central Arroyo Del Cabo||Hispaniola|
|Yamazato||(809) 571-0814||Asian Fusion||0.3 mi. West of Central Cabarete||the Dominican Republic|
|Bonsai Sushi||(829) 544-7921||Japanese||Central Dominican Republic||the Dominican Republic|
Some of the most memorable culinary offerings in the Dominican Republic are those you casually come across while out visiting attractions and tourist hubs. However, writing down a few different places on a checklist, may prove valuable later when your stomach's grumbling. To read more about the kinds of food available to you, check out this page.
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