Reviews on Italian food in Port-au-Prince, Ouest Department, Caribbean. Port-au-Prince (/ˌpɔːrtoʊˈprɪns/; French pronunciation: [pɔʁopʁɛ̃s]; Haitian Creole: Pòtoprens; Haitian Creole pronunciation: [pɔtopɣɛ̃s]) is the capital and most populous city of Haiti. The city's population was estimated at 987,310 in 2015 with the metropolitan area estimated at a population of 2,618,894. The metropolitan area is defined by the IHSI as including the communes of Port-au-Prince, Delmas, Cite Soleil, Tabarre, Carrefour, and Pétion-Ville.
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5 based on 15 reviews
Pizza Amour is a small oasis surrounded by trees and plants echoing with the sounds of happy children and smells of delicious pizza. Customers enjoy a covered outdoor dining environment, providing shelter from falling mangoes and sudden downpours. Truly,
This is a hidden little place, only open on Fri and Sat evening. The homemade pizza is excellent. It's a very pleasant garden spot (ourdoor seating only) for a fresh garden salad, cold beer, and good pizza.
Les Fontaines Restaurant offers a varied food menu, selection of wines and cocktails to satisfy the cravings of their customers. There is also a lounge and bar area on the top floor for our customers to relax and enjoy a drink or two. A not to miss is our
Excellent food and a nice ambiance make this place perfect for a date. Also can accommodate your business functions.
We will greatly appreciate your consideration of the inclusion of our site in your database. Il Vigneto is an Italian restaurant and pizzeria located in the area of Petion Ville close to Port-au-Prince in Haiti. Il Vigneto is amount the main restaurants i
Il Vigneto is an Italian restaurant and pizzeria located in the area of Petion Ville near Port-au-Prince in Haiti. Itâs one of the top rated restaurants in Haiti, the food is delicious and the menu is very extensive with affordable prices.The restaurantâs colorful owner, who by not coincidence is an Italian, is very polite and will give you a personalized treatment. The only bad impression I had is a refugees' field of people affected in the earthquake of January 12th 2010 right in front of the restaurant but fact is by now this is a scene very common in the city everywhere until all these this people get relocated. Anyways once inside the place this wonât matter.Il Vigneto is a good choice for the lovers of Italian food including pizza.
3 based on 105 reviews
I remember Pizza Garden back when it was in Port-au-Prince by the now defunct Royal Caribbean Hotel in Carrefour. This was in the mid 1980's, and my sister and I thought it was the best pizza we had ever had. Since then, I have lived all over the world, and I have to say, this pizza is extraordinary. First, let me begin by saying, it is weird. They have a pizza that uses American cheese, and this would be enough to make most pizza aficionados recoil. But the proof is in the pudding--or in this case, the pizza. I stumbled upon Pizza Garden, and lo and behold, it was the same establishment that had traveled up the hill to Petionville. Even after sampling pizza in many places in the country of its birthplace and in some of the top places in New York, Chicago, and the Bay Area, I found the pizza just scrumptious. The ambiance is candle-lit and lovely. You would never expect to find such a place beyond the unassuming gates of the restaurant. It is popular: crowded and loud. There are few wines on offer--red or white. But all in all, it was a wonderful experience, and highly recommend for even the most incredulous pizza connoisseur. Order the pizza with the American cheese.
I went there on a Saturday lunch. I ordered a great chicken satay. it was a very relaxing atmosphere. I will definitely come back.Thank you very much !
4 based on 131 reviews
Large groups welcome
Excellent service, pizza, pastas in a great atmosphere. The ice creams are really good too. Is also has a secured parking lotThank you so munch for all the compliments!we are trying our best to always keep good service and quality, and your review is encouraging us a lot.Hope to see you soon back to fior di latte.
4 based on 71 reviews
Authentic, handmade Italian cuisine, our ambiance and excellent food make Portofino a cuisine destination in Port-au-Prince. Mamma Mia!!
You can tell the staff is well trained. They follow a pattern - including serving olive oil, balsamic and parmesan onto each of the small dishes which while very nice, takes away each individuals preference in how they would combine each of these ingredients, and it takes a long time. The bread is excellent. We had seconds. Our table ordered pastas, lasagna, a chicken dish and pizza. All the food was well presented and tasty. It is the most expensive restaurant I have been to in Haiti. Maybe one could argue itâs worth it. What I did not appreciate was the way they calculated the bill at the end of the night. The dishes are priced in gourdes but the bill arrived in US dollars. The exchange they used to convert gourdes to dollars was not in favor of the client. Then, since we all live and work in Haiti we had to convert back to gourdes. It was a mess and ended up increasing the price of each meal. When you are paying $50 a meal x 6 persons, it makes a difference. This should change.
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