Now I know that just one restaurant alone cannot capture all the best parts a country's cuisine has to offer but this place seem to have a pretty good grasp on some of the staples of DR that I love.
We started with the Croquetas and Camaraofongo (shrimo mofongo)
The Croquetas were nice an golden brown with a soft middle, just perfect, they were served with plantain chips
We both opted to have their churasscuria skirt steak as our entrees since, that is what El Conde is known for...and we were not disappointed one bit!
Grilled to perfection, seasoned again very nicely! And the accompanying rice and red beans went nicely. Of course no meal is complete without a side of tostones (fried plantains) Sorry no pic of the tostones, but we all know what they look like!
It was a great night of making new friends and memories surrounded by great food...the perfect combo in my opinion.