We had an absolutely wonderful meal at Los Tamarindos. The salad was fresh out of the fields in a way that nothing other than that level of freshness can compare, picked hours before with a delicate olive oil and balsamic with tamarind dressing. There were at least four different kinds of lettuce and an abundance of tomatoes.
They were serving a creamy yellow tomato soup that was non dairy but had an amazing taste and texture. The eggplant rolls in a local farm cheese much like a ricotta, was the only dish that was slightly too salty--not bad and less than Mario Batelli, but a little heavy on salt.n The seafood special was fresh yellowtail tuna which was seared in olive oil and cooked perfectly. It was served on a ratatouille type dish with sautéed beet greens, a wonderful and rare treat.
The restaurant is out of the way in a very nice farm setting so getting there can be a bit of an adventure but really not bad if you get good directions. The service was great and very fairly priced. And it is completely worth going so give yourself time and enjoy!