|My Parents & I|
|40 feet down..|
We walked down a narrow, spiral staircase and I was blown away by the atmosphere of the restaurant. After seeing original drawings dug deep into the limestone, I checked out the background. From native Indians to various soldiers throughout the 1900's, the cave had a long history of inhabitants over the course of millions of years before it became this restaurant in 1967.
The menu was Spanish and French infused with local flavors. We all had fish, lobster, or steak, and shared cheesecake and coconut pudding for dessert.
|Bar with dusty bottles|
|Dimly lit tables|
I highly recommend this place if you are visiting Santo Domingo.
Just remember to bring a sweater; caves are cold!