We stayed in the rooms at Entre Rios and ate breakfast and dinner three days in a row. Food was delicious and the service excellent.
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Whole fish with no bones? fresh sea fish? great flavor? this is the place. I've been so many places, the fish here is awesome. Beers were soooo cold, great for me! This is a hotel too, they have a beautiful garden. Best place in Tipitapa...More
The food is great! You can order off the menu or if you have a group you can eat family style. There was always enough food and the coffee and tea are great too!
For a small town that doesn't seem to have much to offer, this place is a gem. We stumbled across it after refueling at the gas station across the street. This hotelito and restaurant are so cute and charming it makes you tingle. It is...More
Is a deliciuos fish, a local landmark. The meat is also very good. Here they have more than 50 years of tradition on the restaurant business, so the Chef has been here for more than 25 years, is agreat cook!
I've been heading down to Nicaragua for over a decade and first heard about Entre Rios from a family member. I honestly can't believe I've never written about this restaurant before this year's trip. Anyhow, anyone heading down to Nicaragua and staying within the vicinity...More
The best restaurant in the north of Managua and Tipitapa, a tropical atmosphere and a great place to enjoy a pleasant and relaxing dinner, the food is delicious and very well prepared, the service is very friendly and personalized it feels as if you were...More
Found this amazingly unique restaurant by chance, walking in and was surrounded by a unique tropical floral experience. Uniquely decorated and pathways led us to the back seating area where we received the most amazing service from the owner, as well as a brief summary...More
Our client La Preciosa who has offices nearby took me to this restaurant. The entrance was a bit hidden, but behind the door we found a very nice and quit atmosphere. there was a big inside section, a smaller outside section and again a smaller...More