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Went with my family and this place legitimately has very good Italian food. Hidden behind a wall, this quiet restaurant had outdoor seating and nice grassy yard which make this place very tranquil for a meal.
Food is fresh and the pizzas are great. I will stick with italian dishes they are normally made with fresh ingredients. I just love to go here you could not go wrong. Also the lovely garden make it a great scape :)
Sometimes you find the most unexpected things in the most unlikely places! My wife and I spent a week in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, and on our third night here we walked past a restaurant that looked very charming, somewhat of an old Colonial house...More
We were about 9 people and while the restaurant was crowded, it was quiet and peaceful. Some of us had pasta, some pizza and others lasagne or eggplant parmigiana. All meals were good and service was good as well. Took some time getting our checks...More
Went there with the family, had a margatita pizza to start, and even though i could see the oven from my table, the pizza arrived barely warm, ordered a glass of wine that never came, needed a couple of extra glasses for soda that never...More
If you're in Puerto Plata, eat here. Great prices, great little restaurant setup, and amazing food. The "small" pizza is huge but very good, and the stuffed Chicken Parmesan was one of the best things I've ever eaten. Can't recommend enough.
Your welcome very friendly in the place. As the owners themselves (Italians) come and welcome you. place itself is very nice located .away from the streets noise cuz it's located in a middle a big land as there big palms tress all over.open concept. Very...More
I gathered my "family" together for a evening of fellowship, food and fun. My Goddaughter's mother suggested Las Palmas and I am so glad she did. I have eaten on numerous restaurants on this street but never could I have imagined this piece of Italian...More
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They are certainly not the cheapest, but for the service and the genteel, old colonial environment in tropical gardens, I would consider them reasonable. For example, I had a pasta dish with a very large glass of wine and... More
They are certainly not the cheapest, but for the service and the genteel, old colonial environment in tropical gardens, I would consider them reasonable. For example, I had a pasta dish with a very large glass of wine and coffee for about 650 pesos, about 12 US$. Portions are generous. There is usually toasted bread and oils or garlic butter while you are waiting. Occasionally there is a complimentary bruscetta instead. I was quite dismayed by the size of the glass - more like half a bottle - of wine, as it was lunchtime and I am not a big drinker! I definitely then had to have a coffee! You get white table cloths and proper serviettes.