One of the first restaurant in sosua offering a variety of carabean a international dishes. Familly and friends welcome. I rate 100%
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After two weeks in Sosua and area, eating a variety of own own food, and local fare (especially at the beach), my wife and I thought we would treat ourselves to some fine dining for our last day. This restaurant is located on a corner, adjacent to the road down to Sosua Beach (town side). It is quite large and... More
Restaurant is "fancy" type. Service was perfect. Food was good, but compared to other places i ate in Sosua/Cabarete it was our least favourite. I went there for dinner with 3 workmates, I had chicken/sausage/ribs bbq with rice and beans. beans were good but all the meats rather dry. F.ex. Taberna El Conde nearby had much better food (and cheaper... More
The service is excellent and so are the wonderful people that serve you and they also have the BEST MAMAWANA to drink as a digestive. You will have a wonderful time at that restaurant in downtown Sosua . If you go the Dominican Republic you must go to that retaurente.
We had a pre - booked meal for 39 people. Excellent service, food was great, very accommodating of our large group. Fantastic :)
Best food in town owners are wonderful people please eat here it's recommend and they have the best cheese cake
I was the only one there for a bit, so I was a little worried. Then the place filled up super fast. Amazing ravioli. Great service. Make sure you're on island time when you go some dishes do take time to prepare. We will be going back before leaving the island. They even offered to make something off menu for... More
My sister and I stumbled upon this restaurant. The owner, Alexandra, was on the street and invited us to come in. She is from Germany and has lived in the DR for 30 years. When we expressed concern about having a 'clean' place to eat she said that we could even see her kitchen if that would make us feel... More
Stopped in for a quick lunch on our way to Cabarete. The lasagna and fried fish sandwich were excellent. Service was attentive and professional. But we couldn't get out of Sosua fast enough!
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