For those familiar with Puerto Rican food, the concept at El Caribeño is similar,” writes the critic. “Heavy on the starchy plantains, daily specials of chicken, pork, and beef, a variety of street food that one may only appreciate if they’re from the D.R., plus fresh juices and shakes.” The critic recommends the mofongo, a plantain dish that’s “mashed with garlic and bits of chicharon” and then ” formed into a ball and accompanied by a variety of meat or shrimp, as well as a cup of melted butter with garlic.” In place of booze find “a variety of tropical juices and shakes.

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