This place was great. Walking in I didn’t know what to expect but I was blown away. The restaurant was very nice the bar has a fire place in the middle the seating was very comfortable. The food was also amazing and the wait staff were very friendly. I don’t speak Spanish and they tried to make me comfortable and talked to me in English. The price matches what you get I have no complaints at all me and my fiancé will be back with our friends and family. Very recommend
Amazing staff. Very courteous.. food was as wonderful as it smelled..
Great drinks, ambiance, and food. The guac is a must try!
Food was excellent and the host was great can't wait to come again.
Food was great and the drinks were amazing definitely recommending and coming back.
The place itself is gorgeous, before the restaurant it was located a bank, so you can the see and dine inside the vault. The food was delicious, however, is not that ”cheap”, the price it's adequate for the quality of the food and the entertainment of the restaurant. The food was ready in exactly 30 minutes that is a little bit longer than usual, but still not bad.
It is hard living in the suburbs in the Delco area and being Latina because there's no authentic cuisine. We traveled to northeast Philly to experience Dominican food with gourmet flair.
Chef Jose Luis is classically trained but he had kept his heritage by serving dishes with unique stylings.
There are Italian options with latin flairs like brushchetta or Cordon bleu.
With only being open 5 months, the cuisine did not disappoint. We started out with a Long island and margarita even though they plan on offering typical cocktails served in the Dominican. The drinks were strong and very delicious.
We then had the guacamole with fried banana chips which are my favorite.I have not had them since moving from Texas.
My husband ordered the short ribs and i ordered the churrasco, or grilled flank steak. We had many choices as sides but I went with triple mofongo, a blend of plantain, green plantain and yucca, fried and made into an attractive cake. It was accompanied with a chimichurri and a housemade coconut based sauce.
My husband had the moros which is like a jambalaya style rice. It was a delightfully savory rice pilaf mixed with beans and olives.
We finished off with a typical Dominican orange dessert made with orange rinds and sugar. It was definitely a palate cleanser and amazing.
You need to check this place out.
Great food and a friendly staff!!! Definitely recommend this place
Great food and service i will comeback
Friendly staff. They make u feel at home. Love this place
Nice romantic spot. It's a quiet and beautiful restaurant with good food and good service.
My husband and I had dinner here for our 7 year wedding anniversary and I must say this place is beautiful and the food was delicious. I did have to return my steak twice because it wasn’t cooked the way I wanted. The waitress did ask if we wanted to give it a third try and we kindly declined. The combination dessert was not the best but we still enjoyed ourselves. We will definitely come back!