Menu de Santo Domingo

By: Mayra J.

The Dominican Republican has a rich cuisine of vegetables, fish, & chicken. Dominican cuisine shares similarities with several other Latin American cuisines, particularly Puerto Rican and Cuban.

Bebidas

Fruit Punch ($2 USD/$90)

Fresh fruit punch dominican style. The tropical flavor of this drink in this endless summer piece of heaven country will make every day of your vacation its totally worth it.

Morisonando ($2 USD/$90)

  • Fresh orange juice
  • Evaporated Milk
  • Vanilla
  • Sugar or Honey

Coco Loco ($2 USD/ $90)

  • Coconut Milk
  • Ice cube
  • Coconut Pulp
  • Sugar

Entremeses

Bombas de Camarones y Papas

Mixture of shrimp, Munster cheese, and potato.

$4 USD

$180 DP

Gallina frito estilo Dominicano

It's marinated with lime & garlic then coated in seasoned flour then fried in vegetable oil.

$9 USD

$407.12 DP

Platos

La Bandera Dominicana

A typical lunch dish, it consists of rice, red beans, meat and a vegetable side dish.

$8 USD

$361.88

Sopa de mondongo

soup made by slowly cooking tripe, cabbage, peppers, carrots, tomatoes, onions, celery, cilantro and garlic.

$10 USD

$452.35

Arroz con maiz

Sweet corn with rice

$5 USD

$226.18 DP

Pescadofongo

Fish fillet, fish broth

$7 USD

$316.64 DP

Postres

Cafe con dulce de leche

It's a type of duge Latte pudding topped with organic caramel.

$3 USD

$135.70 DP

Bunuelos de Yuca

Cinnamon & sugar topping along with cinnamon sticks for decorative appeal.

$2 USD

$90.47 DP

Ponche de Chocolate

known by the name of eggnog but just in choclate flavor. Each sold seperatly.

$1 USD

$45.23 DP