Reviews on Pizza food in Sosua, Puerto Plata Province, Caribbean. Sosua is everything you want a beach town to be. Clear waters teem with coral, perfect for snorkeling and diving. Above sea level you’ll find multicolored sands lined with beach shacks. This small enclave of the Dominican Republic was once a haven for Jewish refugees. Historic sites and synagogues offer great perspective on Sosua’s postwar identity. On a lighter note, a community of ex-pats helps fuel a boisterous, international nightlife scene.
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All around good experience for our group of 7. Very nice atmosphere,great service and delicious meals. Jacqueline is a gracious hostess who knows how to run a restaurant. Her kitchen is amazing and the entire staff was welcoming and friendly. We returned several times during our 3 wk stay in Sosua and were very pleased each time.
4 based on 15 reviews
This is a tiny little place a little of the main area. It was fairly inexpensive and was good for what it was, but was nothing special. We had a pizza the sip poorly had sausage that ended up being a hotdog. Oh well. I'm going to try some other places before I go back there again.
4 based on 27 reviews
I have had pizza in many different places in The Dominican and have yet to find one that even closely resembles what we are used to in North America. That being said the Call a Pizza is pretty good, better than most, you may find take out food in general a little pricey but Caberete and Sosua are tourist areas and prices will vary greatly depending on location. I ordered a medium all dressed and I paid 400 pesos, about $10
4 based on 35 reviews
Went here for a change one night. Food was good but nothing special, maybe for the DR this is good Pizza. The beer was cold, wet and cheap and that's all that counts. We would eat here again when we go back...
4 based on 44 reviews
I have never been to a place more inconsistent then hear. For breakfast it's a wonderful place to come however after that everything changes. For instance the pizza lack cheese an important ingredient. That is the lack luster part of the luncheon menu dinner menu. So people should keep this in mind when coming here.
4 based on 22 reviews
After walking around town last night trying to decide what we wanted. Decided to stop here. The pizza shop is located right in Scotch and Sirloin. You can order off either menu. The pizza variety is quite large. We started out with the mozzarella sticks followed with regular prosciutto and jalapeÃ±o pizza. The mozzarella sticks were good but still slightly cold in the centre. Not a huge deal. The pizza was ok.. Lots of prosciutto though, actually pretty impressive. The crust was much better than some other establishments we have frequented recently. All in all I'd probably come here again.
5 based on 15 reviews
Ours is a small Italian restaurant located in the center of Sosua only a few steps from the sea. We offer Italian cuisine and some typical of our region of origin, Campania. Our strengths are the quality of products and the prices very low.
We found this place following the good reviews on here and it was a great place for a Italian lunch. The prices were extremely good together with a good quality of the food. The guys are extremely friendly and we had really good time. We went there a couple of time during our vacation. Only negative thing the place is quite small so can be crowded sometimes.Good morning.We are glad you enjoyed our food and our services.Our company policy, leads us to keep the prices contained.We hope to have you back as our welcomed guest.The place is, indeed, a little bit, but we are trying to maximize it.EL PANZEROTTO STAFF
3 based on 151 reviews
Scotch N Sirloin offers excellent service and dining in a cosy, outdoor atmosphere. A wide variety of delicious cuisine is prepared fresh daily with the best quality ingredients. Our main features are Imported steaks, seafood and local fare. Covered as we
we were there for a steak, and a good steak place in sosua is hard to find, i cannot say it is cheap way more expensive than same quality in US or canada ut if you need to eat your steak while in sosua you need to go there
4 based on 349 reviews
An Italian restaurant with international food; directed to the whole family. with terrace area, with air conditioning, bar located in Sosua Dominican Republic.
Food was great we had pizza very good steak perfect and my grand son had fish that was surprisingly delicious and ample to mutch for a childrenâs plate we brought back the leftover and had enough for diner the next day very friendly service and very fair prices 40$ for the tree of us just great
4 based on 224 reviews
I have given Osteria Toscana rapturous reviews in the past, and after not having been there for some time, I decided it would be fun to go there again. I am very, very sad to say that the quality, ambience, and service of the restaurant are greatly degraded since my last visit.The menu has not changed AT ALL in over 3 years. Even the specials are always the same. The only change is the addition of the pizza oven, but my two experiences with pizza were not good, and I really wanted to treat myself to a very nice meal, as Osteria Toscana is a little pricier than other Sosua restaurants. (Which all seem to be Italian, but that's another story.)There was one other table where guests were having dessert and no other customers in the establishment. I said good evening to the wait staff when I arrived so they would know they had a customer. I waited 10 minutes before a waitress came over and immediately asked me if I wanted a drink. I told her that I would like to see a menu first. It took 3 tries to get an ashtray. I ordered gnocchi, which was acceptable; a little gummy, not as fluffy and airy as I remembered, but certainly tasty and a very large portion. The terrace no longer has the pretty fairy lights that I remembered; maybe they were ruined in a storm, maybe the electric bill was too high. But the terrace is in no way memorable or charming---just tables and chairs (with sort of ugly brown tablecloths with beige napkins), a few plants, and not quite enough light.Halfway through the service, the radio (it wasn't Spotify) was turned on at a very loud volume. I did not receive a plate of focaccia, and I thought it had been discontinued, but then I noted that the two other tables that came in after I did had received it. Oh well.The waitress then made five trips to clear a table for two, without casting a single glance in my direction. I finally had to do the dreaded "ssssssss" to get her attention. It feels really rude to me, but it's the only thing that works. I then waited a long time for the check, and then waited so long for her to return that I finally just got up and brought it to the bar myself.The clincher, however, was when a cook? waiter? a man, wearing a sleeveless t-shirt sauntered through the dining area with a large tray of bread rounds, ostensibly to char them in the pizza oven. However---and apart from I don't need to see an old guy in a wife beater that was none too clean strolling through the dining area---he carried this tray of bread rounds with a cigarette dangling from his mouth.Perhaps the restaurant has changed ownership. I don't know. I did not see Alessio, the Italian chef who was there all the time once upon a time. There was no offer of a complimentary Mamajuana or limoncello, and I wouldn't have had it anyway, because I just wanted to get out as fast as I could.I am always sorry to write a less than stellar review because I know how difficult it is to keep a restaurant open in Sosua. In this case, though, I really feel it's a case of CAVEAT EMPTOR!I am sorry if you don t like ...there are many restaurant in sosua....all better then osteria ......perfect for you....the old owner is died ....a kiss
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