We were only staying their two nights and ate here both nights for dinner. The menu was amazing and boasts many dishes we've never heard of before because of how they incorporate local ingredients and how they interpret traditional dishes like chicharons (fried pig skin). Their mojitos are delicious, even sans alcohol for those who can't drink. The decor is beautiful, modern yet tropical. There was a wedding there one night, so they set up a general eating area on the beach for customers, which was beautiful (but there were some mosquitoes). They will also serve you while you're on the beach, so that was a plus. If you want to be able to try as many things as possible, then order the small plates. They really are big enough for one person, without being too much. Note, you may hear one or two coquis (local frogs). Their "singing" can be a bit loud, but you get used to it.
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