Book ahead and ask for an outdoor table if weather is good. Great sunset spot. Food and service were great. They're apparently known for the sangria which certainly didn't disappoint. Four adults and four teenagers.
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Great fish dishes, and nice view - but be prepared for a taxi ride - don't walk it like we did. Dirt road takes you to the establishment that is open/covered, with good menu and fantastic sangria.
We had a great meal there with amazing views and sunset. Food was great, we had the full seafood sharing platter and finished it off with the legendary flaming bananas delivered by Ronny himself and a great deal of cheering and clapping. Great food, experience...More
Go for the sunset and drinks but food is average. I had the grilled shrimp... He garlic sauce was super tasty but the shrimp was a little over cooked. Husband had tuna/olive pasta and portion was huge and the sauce was unique but not fantastic.
We chose here for our final meal in Costa Rica for the sunset views and generally good things we’d heard. Great decision! I had the surf n turf (lobster and sirloin, in garlic and mushroom sauce respectively - loved it) and my better half had...More
In the tradition of most places in the Manuel Antonio region - open air, good bar, good service and varied menu. We will return several times during our stay.
Recommended by lonely planet for its sunset we puravered up a very poor road and were rewarded by a great view and although the sunset was less spectacular than we expected we still enjoyed spending time looking at the view whilst sampling their sangria. Didn’t...More
After a visit to Manuel Antonio, we drove up the dirt road to this amazing place with an amazing view and very good food. We had the grouper filet and filet mignon and everything was excellent. The sangria was the best and the pina colada...More