We went here with a local family and had a great meal with delicious casados and ceviche A few good cocktails and beer Highlight was the tico band rocking away in the rancho Local crowd having fun I wish I was a better dancer
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Their seafood is always fresh and can be served with one of their delicious sauces. I don't know what they put in the vegetables but they are so good I eat every last one.
We were given this place as a true Costa Rican style restaurant with large portions. It was worth the gold cart ride on pothole riddled muddy roads typical of area Thai time of year. The menu was primarily in Spanish but with some English. We...More
Great local food, old fashioned but traditional surroundings. Varied menu tasty food.friendly service from local staff.
A lot of food. Not well prepared. The rice was hard not cooked. The drinks were good. Welcoming and friendly staff.
This had great reviews on Tripadvisor already and came recommended by a local transplant from Arkansas. This is a local joint with great basic local fresh food for all tastes. I had the "national" dish Casado (black beans, rice, salad/veggies, fresh fish and plantains) which...More
My teenage daughter and I shared shrimp ceviche, then I had a vegetable casado and she had more shrimp. We drank nice fresh fruit "naturales." The only problem was they had no fish that day, which was a disappointment.
Delicious well cooked authentic Costarican food at a reasonable price for lunch or diner. Ceviche with marlin fish, rice with seafood & the best casado i have tried so far (first time in a restaurant where they do not bread the fish but instead grill...More