San Juan, Puerto Rico
"It's like walking the streets of New York in a scene of Sex and the City"...The Condado area it's just as chic as Manhattan, combining Latin-fusion cuisine with our traditional cocina criolla (Creole cuisine). Condado invites to enjoy sample blends of Latin, French, Asian and even Indian cuisines, all presented in artful ways.
Enter the tiny cottage of L'Hibiscus and encounter a world of immense pleasure and "island-perfumed" cuisine. The seductive aromas of the French-Creole dishes fill the air, enticing your palate to an unforgettable culinary adventure. They will start you off with a chicken-breadfruit cream amuses bouche, and then you can move on to mouthwatering appetizers like the blue crab and tomato tartare. For main course, try the lobster and mashed sweet potatoes or roasted duck breast with mango pulp. And don't leave without trying one of the amazing desserts, which include an assortment of five creme brulees - vanilla, coffee, mint, banana and rose.
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Designed to give customers the feeling of being aboard a yola (a small fisherman's boat), La Yola Restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine with Caribbean notes in a stunning setting overlooking the Punta Cana Marina. This open-air restaurant offers the perfect setting to enjoy the tropical ocean breeze and delicious dishes including spicy tuna tartare with guacamole relish, baked Chilean bass with clam and tomato risotto, and tantalizing beef and chicken selections. Be sure to check out the colorful sea life below you on the restaurant's glass floor.
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