Visited here twice during my stay. A short walk from many of the hotels. A must for breakfast or lunch. Delicious yogurts smoothies!!
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Enjoyed the fresh food and variety of choices. A favorite breakfast spot among locals and after my visit I could see why. Would return again.
This was my first time at claros, I had a hard time deciding between the banana bread French toast and the pancakes with bananas,coconut, and slivered almonds, well I believe she was the owner made my choice for me, she let me try both 1...More
My wife and I go to Cabarete 2 to 4 times a year. Our daughter owns N Day Spa. My favorite breakfast plce is Claros. Very intimate setting. A little hard to find but worth the search!
This was the restaurant/cafe attached to our hotel, so it was convenient and much appreciated. The staff and manager were exceptional. The menu and food quality as well as presentation was superb.
In Cabarete. Vacabar still gets my vote as number one but Claro is a close second. Located near the super market at the end of town this garden spot is not easy to find. Once you do you are treated to a beautiful setting, excellent...More
Claro is a cool little restaurant hidden in a beatiful property. I ate there for breakfast three times and each time was great! The coffee was strong and unlimited, the service was great, and the food was yummy! I had the green goddess, the American...More
I only tried the breakfast so I don't know about lunch. I had the Puerto Rican Pie the first, and it was amazing. The only problem I had with it was that I couldn't finish it. The next meal was a spicy burrito that was...More
very welcoming, friendly service. The food is outstanding! Everything from their fruit and yogurt to pancakes and bananabred french toast is just fresh anf very good.
Excellent choice of food, always great service with smile, one of our favorite places for breakfast or branch when in Cabarete. You can have cereals, fruit with yogurt or the traditional breakfast (eggs, bacon, sausages), with fresh juices, coffee, tea ... you name it, they...More