Really fantastic. It is clear that the chef really cares. Everything is perfect! You can tell from the little details like how they cut the food that everything is perfect. This place is amazing. Good prices too! Very clean!
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The only thing I knew about Nicaragua before was that the people there speak Spanish but, now I realized that their food is 'da bomb!' I am a frequent visitor here and maybe it's because of the latino/hispanic culture but, the workers here are crazy...More
This Latin haven blew me away with their delicious food (maduros, black beans & white rice, zucchini Empanadas) and drink (Lime margarita). Everything was literally amazing. The awesome service matched the art filled, flavorfully decorated restaurant. Red walls, Latin music in the background, personable service,...More
This place offers traditional Nicaragua food, which is rather hard to find in the US. I've personally worked in Nicaragua for a year, so I really missed the food. I found this place on the internet and decided to visit. They are located off the...More
Was told this Nicaraguan restaurant was one of the best latin places in St. Louis. The place did not disappoint. The food was delicious and the staff was extremely friendly. The owner went to the table to welcome us and was really appreciative of us...More
Found this restaurant on zapato. We were not disappointed! They had a whole fried tilapia with tomato and pepper sauce on top. My husband is Haitian and they take eating fish seriously- he ate it all!!! Tostones (fried green plantain) with fried cheese (SO good!),...More
This is a neighborhood restaurant serving Nicaraguan food. There was a variety of options so our whole group was happy. I had bean empanadas, which weren't actually on the menu, but they made them for me because they had run out of zucchini for the...More
Had a great family lunch starting with 3 of the appetizers and then enjoyed the fried chicken with rice and beans and plantain and banana's. Very friendly staff and fast service.
As a suggestion from a friend in St. Louis, she said to try Fritanga. It's off the beaten path from downtown or Delmar for example. Tried the churrasco nica (grilled skirt steak) with chimichurri sauce and it was so flavorable that I could not put...More