Tour stop after the Louis Armstrong House. It easily accommodated a large group. The set up is like a classic Chinese restaurant choice of pre prepared fare. It is clean. Freshly prepared food keeps coming from the kitchen and the service is fast. This is a Dominican restaurant. The young wait staff do not speak English well and the menu is in Spanish with translations. I recommend asking for Valery for help she is patient. You don't have to stick to the menu. You can order what you want more or less how you want it if they understand you. I recognized the flavors and presentation of the food from an unforgettable trip to the Dominican Republic. They serve bottled water and they do not over salt or sugar the food. I was told the idea is that you are in a cave. I wish I could have gotten a more en dept story as the decor is unusual to say the least. On the outside you would not give this place a second look. But, when you step inside you feel at home. The staff make you feel welcome and they make every effort to ensure that you are comfortable and well fed. They work well with each other and seem to either very much enjoy what they do or have been well trained in hospitality. Most of them at least. The bathroom is a one seater. Parking is an issue. This is a very urban area and for some may be intimidating. Especially after dark. I do recommend that you take the risk. They have a lively lit and decorated bar area and many flat screens. So date, game time, celebrations, place to gather yourself and your friends after a hard day at work; this is your place. They cater, free delivery and you can takeout.
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