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Posted by Richard C on 2012-06-01
I have been eating at this restaurant for over 20 years. The food is excellent! Yellow Rice and beans with anything from porkchops, stew beef, baked chicken or breaded steak. Their mofungo with chuletas is to die for. And you must have a flan for dessert.
Posted by disappointed10002 on 2011-11-28
Dry, cold chicken. Hurried and unpleasant service. Who doesn't serve rice and beans with chicken? Shame on you, Cibao. Shame on you.
Posted by Sanhedrin on 2008-12-15
Simple, down-home, heart & filling Dominican/Cuban food. Kick-ass mofungo as well. Better by far than any of the other similar options.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-08-12
I come here for one thing usually,,. the Rabo (oxtail) guisado .. you get it with yellow rice and some beans and its a hell of a plate .. they have it on alternate days so call first .. the morir sonando ( a tang like drink),. is excellemt here as we
Posted by A Dot on 2008-07-29
The atmosphere and the decor simply aren't very good, but if you look past that, you'll realize that the food is great and filling. I love the pollo al horno and the bistec (the best).
Posted by Crys on 2008-05-07
I grew up eating at this resturaunt and even though they've lost their edge in strong flavor, this place still manages to kick it out in the end. It's a wonderful place to just hang out and talk about random things while waiting for your food. I go here a
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-12-26
i really don't get how anyone thinks this food is good, i've tried it several times and think it's subpar..
Posted by Kizzy on 2007-12-10
Yes, It is real Dominican Food. I am dominican so I know. I truly love this places. It reminds me of my grandmother's great cooking. I love everything in their menu. Their Sancocho is the best. I love having the chicken soup, especially when I sick. It se