Dominican cuisine is a fusion of Spanish, Taíno, and African elements with a dash of Middle Eastern influence. Every dish is made with heart and soul, seasoned with flavors from around the world.
The food of the Dominican Republic reflects the country’s history, culture, and traditions. You’ll notice that our recipes include texture, spices, and sauces that make our cuisine unique. Our food is meaningful; it has purpose.
Uncover the flavors of the Dominican Republic in La Romana. You’re never too far from a local restaurant with friendly service and a menu of options.
Tostones are our version of French fries — a salty, twice-fried plantain that’s extra crispy around the edges. It’s the perfect snack to accompany a day at the beach or onboard a
catamaran charter. And when you need an extra pep in your step, Dominican coffee gets the job done. Coffee beans are grown on the island, and seeped into a strong drink that’s served black and with a scoop of sugar.
You don’t need permission. Bite into a crispy tostone. Savor the flavors of sancocho. Sip a mamajuana with ease. Let go of what’s for dinner and just…Go with the flow.