Located near the Fort Young Hotel, Tao has simple menu. Interesting appetizers. Nice patio. Hours are spotty.
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So the food was ok in a nice setting but you will need PLENTY of time as from ordering the meal to being served it was over an hour...... ok if theres a group of you and want a few drinks first. It wasnt because...More
I think it is only open for dinner and we stopped by late. The sushi was really amazing! We were sorry we didn't get back there to ear. My wife had the fish and she said it was great. The burrito was good, not great.
The food was mediocre and the service was terrible. When I inquired about a couple items on the menu the response I got was for the server to read to me what was on the menu. When I probed for more detail about how it...More
Various choices on the menu. Great food but a bit on the pricey side. Not really welcoming from the outside at night, but still Worth the trip!
Went in today with my wife (it was her birthday today!). We had called up the place to confirm whether they were open for lunch (they start at 12:00pm). They have seating inside the restaurant as well as outside (the view is better outside). We...More
Given the few number of options in Roseau, TAO stands out. Try the fried fish or the parrillada. Both are very good. Often one can see diplomats having lunch there. TAO does not open on weekends.
When we approached this restaurant, it appeared to be closed, but if you barge in, they'll fire up the stove. We sat on the porch and enjoyed the stir fried noodle dishes. I'm not sure why restaurants in Dominica cost so much, but they do,...More