Delicious French fusion cosine, Came the second day for more, very accommodating, friendly service will come back.
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We had a fantastic family lunch at Chez Denise. At first, the place doesn't really impress you, neither the service or location, but the food is really delicious and high quality. We had some fresh fish and shrimp risotto that was absolutely fantastic. The pizza...More
Chez Denise (AKA La Langostina de Oro) was one of the few restaurants open and quite busy considering it was low season. We went twice over a long weekend and really liked the food - especially the lobster bisque and Pasta Del Mar, which was...More
From few places that we have checked in Las Galeras this is one of the best if you take into account the good qualityof food vs prices in Dominican Rep. Simply delicious and well served! You can pay in any currency you wish ($, €)...More
To be honest, Chez Denise's clientele didn't look like they'd enjoy young kids coming to that restaurant. But the staff did. When we went on a following night, the food was a wide range of local and foreign standards with their own little spell cast...More
This place is well located in main street at las Galeras. We dined here twice during our week stay in town. The food was great, I ordered shrimp risotto in one night and dorado fish filet in the second night - both dishes were tasty....More
I'll start with the positives. Easy to reach, right in the main street of Las Galeras. Food was really good. Really really good. But.... the food took about one and a half hours to be ready, and two of the plates we ordered were wrong....More
Rica comida sin desperdicio, very delicious food its a must in las galeras, good service good value for your money , tomorrow i will go again... Excelente facil de llegar buen servicio y la comida mucha variedad Los servicios no son tan grandes pero se...More
Centrally located in tiny Las Galeras. The food was very good and well prepared. Excellent fillet of fish "alla siciliana" with finely chopped fresh tomatoes and local beans instead of capers. A delicious caribbean adaptation of a classic italian dish.