Delicias Dominicana has an impressively lengthy menu, sporting a much wider range of options than the average mobile kitchen. Basically, imagine a sit-down Dominican restaurant decided to pack itself into a trailer and take to the roads. That’s Delicias Dominicana in a nutshell. Foodies across Philadelphia, PA will want to stop by multiple times to try a little bit of everything.
The fare here is basically an introductory course to Dominican cuisine, offering a range of authentic dishes from the country. Love pork? Try it fried up until crisp and packed with citrusy undertones by ordering the chicharron. Have a pasteles en hoja, the Dominican version of a tamale featuring balls of maize stuffed with meat wrapped in plantain leaves. Speaking of plantains, you can pair any meal with the sweet taste of fried plantains as a side. This only scratches the surface of the offerings, so don’t hesitate to swing by and try the food yourself. Even better? Book Delicias Dominicana for your next event. You won’t regret it.
Queso Frito - Thinly cut, salty slices of queso blanco coated with cornstarch and fried until golden brown. Yum.