Snacks Santo Domingo style: the typical Dominican dishes you must not miss

The best Dominican cuisine restaurant in Santo Domingo, the cuisine that is on trend all over the world, at El Embajador, a Royal Hideaway hotel.

Dominican cuisine totally reflects the international and local influences that converge in Santo Domingo. At El Embajador, a Royal Hideaway hotel, you will be pleasantly surprised by traditional Dominican dishes such as bandera (a traditional meal of rice, beans and meat) or sancocho (a typical stew). A cuisine as multicultural as it is delicious, irresistible cooking that you will want to try over and over again. Don’t forget to try the cuisine of Santo Domingo, one of the best ways to connect with the local culture and savor the roots of the Dominican Republic. Do not hesitate, and enjoy staying at one of the most central hotels in the capital with the best menus and typical Dominican cuisine.

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