My wife and I stopped off here during our recent trip to Las Galeras, as suggested by a guide book (Lonely Planet) we picked up to make our trip a little easier.
We were very happy that we did.
The restaurant was very clean and well kept and the food was outstanding.
Once again we deferred to the guidebook and ordered the Honey Oregano Pork Mignon and it was outstanding. It was served with a beautifully presented array of fresh fruits and vegetables and without having an appetizer our dessert our hunger was satisfied.
Including our beverages the total came in at just over 900 pesos (less than $25), which, to be honest, is probably what it would cost to eat at McDonald's.
Service wise it's true that the staff could have visited us at the table to see how things were (other than to take our order and ask if we wanted dessert) but there was nothing glaring enough to deduct from the rating. It was also very helpful that, despite English being the fourth or fifth most-common language spoken in Las Galeras, that we were presented with a menu that had both French and English descriptions (despite the fact that we had both decided in advance to follow our guide book's recommendations)
The one downside is they open relatively late for people who would prefer to head back to their hotel before dark (6 p.m.) but otherwise a spectacular break from the tedium of buffet living at the all-inclusive resort.
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