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The Restaurant at Tierra del Sol all you can taste.

13 Feb 2019

Tickle your Taste Buds with Tierra del Sol Resort & Golf in Noord

There is a place on the Northern part of the island that makes up for your perfect dream night.

The location: the island’s rugged north coast and blue ocean forming your panoramic view from Tierra del Sol’s restaurant, either from the poolside outdoor terrace or from the elegant indoor restaurant. The offering: From breakfast to dinner excellent cuisine, friendly service, and a gorgeous setting, but now even more special with the NEW ‘All You Can Taste’ concept – on from Tuesdays to Saturdays from 6PM – 10PM.

The Restaurant at Tierra del Sol all you can taste.

Tune in for an experience that will give dining another perspective. We are not talking about the standard 3-course menu, but about a journey through taste-land. The Restaurant at Tierra del Sol invites you to taste as many tapa-sized items as you wish from their extensive fine dining menu. Fresh Oysters, Tuna Crab Duo, Bruchetta Caprese, Portobello Mushroom, Smoked Beef Tataki or Chicken Curry Waldorf Salad are only some of the welcoming dishes. For the main courses you can decide for Skirt Steak, Duck Venison Duo or Pumpkin Risotto among others and to top it off with a sweet surrender a Duo of Quesillo & Brownie, Melon Martini or Cheesecake are one of the choices. This all for a special price of $65 pp and including a glass of sangria. Indulge into this culinary discovery at the most romantic scenery of our One happy island.

The Restaurant at Tierra del Sol all you can taste.


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