This was great, the ultimate Dominican Republic experience. It is right on the beach and easy to find. The menu is in Spanish on a large wooden board. They have the fresh fish in a cooler for you to view. We had chicken, shrimp and fish of the day. They brought 3 appetizers, salad, homemade fried potato chip/french fries and the BEST breaded grouper (fish sticks). The main meal followed and you actually also got vegetables and potato with it. Then they topped it off with a light dessert. An array of banana, coconut and pineapples drizzled in chocolate. The cost for all this (4 meals) and we all had a beer or 2, was $67 American. The best part was that we didn't have to wait really long for the meal. Usually there, they are on "island time" at all the restaurants. They do not speak much English but we got by. I would have eaten here again but we ran out of time.
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