Got here thinking it was La Pecora Nera. We decided to stay. Nice for launch. Good service and nice place. Had bruschetta and pasta.
First off, we didn't even realize this wasn't La Pecora Negra, so this is a review for ONE of those two places :) Nice little meal, tasty pasta (the chef knows how to cook pasta perfectly, nice and slightly al dente). It's a little pricey...More
Very nice ambience, soft music, dim lights, friendly and attentive staff. Bruschetta was great, likewise dessert. My wife enjoyed her entree. Mine, a special of the day, was a goat cheese, eggplant ravioli. The goat cheese overwhelmed everything; I wouldn't have known the eggplant was...More
We were up for a simple dinner and since this is the sister restaurant of the well respected La Pecora Nera, we gave it a try. The setting is lovely. Comfy chairs with colorful cushions, light drapes pulled back bordering the openings, handmade furniture--overall very...More
We were the first customers of the day, our first day in Puerto Viejo. The owner was fantastic and helped us out with some recommendations for things to do and see in the area. He spoke good english and prepared an amazing Italian meal for...More
Just walking into this restaurant is a pleasant experience, well appointed and layout is easy to take, and instantly comfortable. This is the third time we have been there in the past two years and it was a treat just like our previous visits. We...More
This is a bar/bistro that belongs to the owner of Pecora Nera. The food we got was good authentic, italian (however, avoid the roast beef), but the choices are not as interesting as at Pecora Nera. The guy who runs is quite a character and...More