It looks like this has turned into 'Volcano Cafe', part of the Big Foot Hostel, and serves pizza and panini.
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pizza + mojitos for c$70 each? unbeatable. say hi to doña ofelia and cecilia for me. sadly surrounded an atmosphere that's a bit gringo heavy and can be very racist and exclusive to the nicas, but otherwise nice place.
I went here for some vegetarian food- there are a few Veg items on the menu but not many- when I got there they were only serving pizza (Tuesday I think.) I'd check on that. The pizza was good though :)
We enjoyed a few meals here, but we mostly ate the panini and pasta. They are delicious and filling. Most of the menu consists of bagel sandwhiches and other snack-type foods. We don't speak spanish and were still well taken care of. They also have...More
They have pizza nights on Sundays and Wednesdays (they serve meat now) and I swear I've never tasted pizza so delicious.
pizza is the only thing worth getting off the menu. its terrible for american standards but enjoyable compared to the fake pizza they sell on the strets
went for breakfast with a friend and we both felt like we were being offensive by ordering food and interrupting the women from not working. food was okay though.
A fair-sized selection of vegetarian food right beside the Bigfoot hostel. Good prices! Not greasy, so it's a good place to go if you want a break from the fried chicken and gallo pinto :)
I enjoyed my pineapple and passion fruit juice with my vegetarian omelet and my boyfriend liked the coffee. a good place when you need a break from street food.
Pure Earth is great--good food, pretty inexpensive. If you need a break from Nica food, this is a good stop. They don't have gallo pinto, unfortunately...but the coffee's good.