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Posted by Anonymous on 11/30/2013
You can get your entree with either mangu (mashed plantain) or cassava. I pass on the cassava, too bland for me, but I'll take mangu with pickled red onions over mashed potatoes any day. For maximum protein I recommend the Tuesday pork chops.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/24/2013
Don't know anything about Dominican food but I'm enough of a foodie to recognize when a quickie takeout place is run by a serious chef. Pork ribs that fall off the bone with just the right amount of sauce. Perfectly fried items like the cassava fritters. Even the eggs at breakfast come out looking better than at the average diner. I've encountered some smaller than expected portions of meat and I don't understand why they give you a container of green sauce that's nearly empty (evaporation?). But otherwise Mangu is impressive.
Posted by Tony R on 07/17/2013
Being Dominican I crave it some times for lunch! Glad I found this gem. The mangu is great & the rotisserie chicken is so flavorful. Will definitely be back!
Posted by Jennifer G on 05/11/2012
I was so excited to see that a Dominican restaurant was opening up in the neighborhood. I must say that I was disappointed. The portion of the food is so small compared to other Dominican restaurants. Also, they gave me a huge amount of rice and a tiny scoop of meat and of my other side. What a money saver since rice is cheap for them to cook :(
Posted by MidtownEast on 12/15/2011
The food was really good, prompt service, and great value! It has good lunch specials.. so glad I found this place!