HEALTHY MEALS

& FRESH FRUITS

CABARETE • DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

OUR CUISINE MENU IS DESIGNED WITH LOVE AND DEDICATION TO

SATISFY YOUR CULINARY NEEDS. WAVE SOUL RETREAT'S PHILOSOPHY IS THAT EVERY MEAL SHOULD BE HEALTHY, DELICIOUS AND ABUNDANT. 

thought for passionate foodies

Local & Organic
WE TAKE CARE OF VEGANS, VEGETARIANS OR ANY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

It is our Chef's priority to invite you with delicious and balanced meals as you will need to recover all the energy lost in the ocean. 

Kiters will be served with a whole abundant gourmet breakfast. You will be delighted with fresh seasonal fruits, smothies, cereals, yogurt, toasts, eggs, and much more. For lunch we will visit Kite Beach Restaurants for a light meal before your kitesurf lesson.

Surfers on the other hand step into the ocean in the morning so you will be provided with an energy snack enough to be active without having the feeling a full stomach. After an exhausting surf morning you will be blessed with a magical delish brunch that will put an even bigger smile to your face. 

Dinners some will be taken place at the house with our chefs cooking exquisite meals to fulfill everyones taste. You will also discover different restaurants in the heart of Cabarete. We adapt our carta for those who are vegan, vegetarian, have any allergies or are intolerant to any specific ingredients. Everything is covered to satisfy your appetite. 

After Surf Snack
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ARE LOCAL & ORGANIC
Nutritive Breakfast

Before a morning surf session eating too much is not a good idea so a bowl of fresh fruits, granola and natural yogurt is all you need to feel active and light - ready to go into the water!

we cook with the highest quality ingredients
Healthy and Delicious Starter
Brunch Sandwich

LA BANDERA DOMINICANA

Dominicans call their country’s staple dish La bandera Dominicana which literary translates to the Dominican Flag.  White rice, chicken with tomato sauce and veggies and black beans is all you will find in this typical dish which is served almost daily in every Dominican household. 

 

Dominican food is a mixed blend of African, Spanish and Taino Indian influences but not heavily hot spiced like the neighbouring islands of Jamaica and Trinidad.