Nicole's Oceanview Restaurant and Terrace Bar features an international cuisine with Nicole's unique twist. In addition to being one of the oldest (and many locals say "the best") restaurants in the area, Nicole's cooking has been highlighted in several European travel guides with seafood and steaks as her speciality.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily. You may choose from two different meal plans: all-inclusive or a la carte. "...found hours of good and personal talks and discussions, wonderful meals prepared with the love of a mother and all the help I needed to find my way in this foreign country." Sicco Pleuger, Cologne, Germany.
Nicole’s has been serving good food continuously since 1988. There's always a wide choice of entrees on our menu and the portions are generous. Vegetarian and other special diets are also welcomed. Fresh salads with Nicole’s homemade vinaigrette dressing are a meal in themselves.
Most noteworthy is her filet mignon featuring fresh, local beef that she ages and prepares to mouth-watering, tender perfection. Other culinary delights include fresh seafood caught that day, different daily entrees, homemade breads and sinfully delicious, homemade desserts. Her crepes stuffed with ice cream and fruits are especially tasty!
Thanks for a wonderful stay and for a great deal of very helpful information about the island- not forgetting the best food in the Dominican Republic." Polly & Charles Damen, London, England.
Menu offerings vary according to market availability with only the finest and freshest foods personally chosen (that's her in the picture) for her kitchen - she's very picky!
An added feature is Capt. Andy’s BBQ grill. The aroma of grilled steaks, chicken and pork ribs slathered in Nicole’s special Creole sauce is sure to tempt the most discerning tastebuds as does a grill full of fresh lobster brushed with limey, garlic butter. Yummy!
A complimentary continental breakfast with Nicole’s homemade bread and her chunky fruit marmalade comes with every room. For the light appetite there’s a Continental breakfast with toast and coffee or tea. And for the hearty appetite our optional, full-American breakfast with plenty of rich, Dominican coffee is a great way to start the day in our island paradise.

You always have your choice of eggs, pancakes, French toast or crepes with bacon, ham or sausage, home fried potatoes, toast and marmalade, fresh fruit, juice and coffee or tea; there’s even cereal and milk for the kids.

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