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Posted by Anonymous on 03/31/2014
The best of all the Dominican restaurants in the heights and my go to for a meal that is as good as home cooked. The food is well seasoned without the use of too many condiments and they always have a varying selection of sides. The oxtail (rabo encendió) is awesome as is the rotisserie chicken (pollo asado); the chicharrón is always crispy and meaty and the mangu, perfectly mashed. I will say that the quipes and pastelitos are better at El Malecón, but that is it!
Posted by luist on 02/17/2014
Posted by Anonymous on 03/01/2013
I always have great time here. The food was great.The service was a bit short staff because waited for a while.Overall wish they had mangu in the evening. : )
Posted by patb on 03/06/2011
I decided to stop by Mambi based on a very good recommendation. I went with my cousins and we were impressed with the quality of their food. Awesome spanish flavors just like grandma used to cook back in the old days. We enjoyed every bit of pork, rice, beans, plaintain, ropa vieja, and much more. We will definitely return with friends and family. Thank you Mami for putting out quality food and very reasonable prices.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/30/2007
Just another Dominican-style restaurant in a Dominican neighborhood. Nothing fancy—comidas típico. Ay, pero los pollos! An order to go of "una media de pollo" with delicious softened bermuda onions and vinegar-based wasakaka sauce has to be one of the best deals in town at $3.00. The pollo al carbón at Mambí compares most favorably with the pricier Malecón just a few blocks south—Mambí is just not as genteel. So—dining in: Malecón Eat at home: Mambí
Posted by Anonymous on 04/17/2007
food was good, service was ok, took a little long.