Authentic Dominican Food at the Kite Beach CabareteCome enjoy the great food, take up kateboarding, yoga, workout, circus school — or just chill with a freshly-prepard drink in your hand...
Must Go! A friendly and nice place, one of the best for it’s value! You get fresh, tasty food, big portions and a good service for very reasonable prices! I really recommend the seafood dishes… But I would say whatever you get here – you will not make a mistake! It’s all perfect! Mosquito9
My Dominican Favorite! I’ve been eating regularly here for the past four years. Off all the wonderful restaurants Cabarete has to offer, Casa Mami is my favorite. You sit under a thatch hut and gaze across at the ocean. There’s almost always a cooling breeze blowing. The owner always has a variety of inexpensive daily specials on the menu if you’re looking for a simple and satisfying meal. Unlike the restaurants on Cabarete Beach, there is no hassle-factor. No one will bother you here. The beer is ice cold and served in a frosted mug. The seafood is fresh and is delivered by fish wholesalers from nearby Rio San Juan & Cabrera. When the sign says “mero” (grouper) it IS grouper and not Basa/Swai which is sadly becoming the case in other places. You can end your meal with a delicious flan (the owner, Angel, is from Spain) and an excellent expresso coffee. If you want laid-back, authentic Caribbean cuisine, this is it. Jere S
Great food, good prices, lovely staff” Really like this place, attached to GoKite Cabarete Kitesurfing centre. Interesting menu, good prices, nice staff, wonderful views. alanhudson
Casa Mami! After reading many reviews for Casa Mami, my husband and I decided to give it a try. Though most of the other reviewers found this restaurant very reasonably priced we didn’t really have that same experience. My husband ordered one of the specials on the chalkboard priced at 225 pesos (5.00). It was a stewed beef dish accompanied by french fries. He liked it an thought it was quite good. I ordered one of the fresh fish offerings for 500 pesos (11.11). It was served whole and included white rice. It also was good. We also had 2 glasses of Sangria at 250 pesos each (5.56) and 3 Presidentes at 140 pesos each (3.11). Our bill came to 1645 pesos (36.56). With tip the total was 2000 pesos (44.45). Perhaps if you just stick to the daily specials and omit the alcohol, it would be quite inexpensive. Mami and Ana were quite friendly and hospitable and we enjoyed chatting with them. The location is just a bit east of Cabarete proper, next to the new police station. The ambiance was rustic, simple, quiet and peaceful. jimmygibbon