Stopped there with the wife and had the cheese mofongo and it was great also had the morir soñando which was good also. Is street parking so you may go around the block a few times before finding a spot and is all meter
Good place to fill your latin cravings. Even if I cook I still get beans from here. Friendly people and fresh food.
We've eaten at Cibao many times, and every time the food was consistently great. Just like home cooking, (just not my home!). We've had the oxtail, pernil, the tripe soup, beef stew, king fish, and the different steaks, all delicious. Meals come with choice of...More
not sure why but this amazing restaurant is always so barren even on a friday/saturday evening. maybe the people are not familiar with dominican food, but man, they are missing out. it's generally flavorful with LOTS of bold character. pros: hearty, down-to-earth, rich in flavor,...More