Pomodoro is probably your best bet for an Italian-style pizza on the beach. Dig your toes into the sand as you dig into your circular doughy goodness.
The setting is beautiful, and they sometimes have live music in the evenings. Lunchers or early diners can watch the kite and windsurfers at play on the water. I do love a pizza with a view.
Sadly, though the meal experience was lovely, the pizza itself fell a little short of expectations.
My first slice was pretty bland. After a thorough salt and pepper seasoning, and the addition of chili oil to my plate, the pizza was much improved. Still, I’m all about that base, and this base lacked flavour. You can’t salt the base!
The tiramisu we had for dessert was top notch, and not excessively sweet. Points for pudding.
They have an ice cream bar too with a good selection of sorbets and ice creams, for hot nights.
Overall, it’s a pricey meal, and I didn’t feel the Pomodoro pizzas were that much better than those less than half their price around town. Top marks for restaurant experience, but the pizza only hits middling scores.
Your tour ends here
Sadly, that is the end of our guided pizza tour of Cabarete. Please take care as you step out of the moving carriage.
The good news is it might be just the beginning of your vacation pizza adventure.
Cabarete is a great place to enjoy guilt-free pizza. Everyone here is so active, you kind of need the calories! Okay, maybe not pizza every night, but now you have an idea of where to go when your pizza craving hits.
Speaking of, I’m off to La Chabola for my regular jamon y hongos pizza and cuba libre.
Hasta la proxima!