Dominican Food for Two or Four at Mangu Cafe (Up to 48% Off)

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Carlos A. · 19 reviews TOP REVIEWER
· July 9, 2017
It was really good. The Chef came out and explain the menu. Food was delicious. I will definitely will Go again to try different dishes. Great customer service. Give it a try.


Paula J. ·
· July 2, 2017
Good food and good service


Dempsy W. ·
· May 14, 2017
If not for Groupon offering a deal at Mangu Cafe, we would have missed out on one of the best meals of our lives! Seriously, this is absolutely fantastic food. We went on a weekday at lunch and pretty much had the place to ourselves. The owner/Chef greeted us and took our orders. I had the "Pork Chunks" and my wife had the Steak and Onions. Each entrée came with your choice of either yellow rice with peas, or white rice with beans on the side. I had the white rice and beans and was BLOWN AWAY by the wonderful beans. I don't know what seasonings they used, but they were perfect! Sort of like Boracho beans, but with different spices. The pork was way above average and done in a Carnitas style, more or less. My wife's steak and onions were tender and perfectly seasoned. We'll DEFINITELY go back and will get some friends to go with us. It was that good!

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Horchata: A Rice-Cold Glass

Many Latin dishes pair naturally with a cool glass of horchata. Read on to discover more about this unique treat.

When Americans think of horchata, they’re usually thinking of the rice-based, Mexican version of the drink—sweet, pale, and refreshing, generally served over ice. But horchata is not exclusively Mexican, nor made only from rice: Cuban and Puerto Rican horchata, for example, uses sesame seeds, and Ecuadorean glasses glow red with a blend of 18 herbs. Even when using horchata’s most common, rice-based iteration, many restaurants add vanilla or fruit to the versatile beverage, complementing the sweetness of sugar and cinnamon.

Like the glasses of iced tea served across the United States, horchata is the New World translation of European traditions. In the 1700s, the first recorded recipe for the beverage appeared in Valencia, Spain, calling for a milky blend of chufa nuts, water, and sugar. Colonists brought the recipe to Latin America but were forced to improvise with indigenous ingredients instead of chufa nuts from home, which has led to the broad range of regional variations.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Not valid toward alcohol. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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