The little tour of Nashua’s ethnic eateries continues with Dominican food at TROPICAL POINT, on West Hollis near Ash. The sports bar/lounge part of the business moved to another location, leaving a welcoming eatery/bar frequented largely by a diverse Latino population. At about $10 a plate, pictured are roast pork shoulder (with wonderfully crispy skin), seasoned fried chunks of beef, and tostones (fried plantains pressed into the shape of a bowl), this one filled with grilled shrimp with garlic sauce. All served with Dominican beans. Going to return for their chicken stew and cool looking grilled sandwiches.
Under The Radar food blog series is authored by Steven Ruddock, Owner of Riverwalk Café & Music Bar, and features a variety Downtown ethnic food establishments that fly under the radar and are worth checking out!