This restaurant is absolutely fantastic food. The wine was the first decent bottle of wine we found on the town; apparently importing wine from CA is not common there which I think is a shame (2 good vineyard contacts and a place could make a fortune in Nosara and the surrounding areas). We thoroughly enjoyed the Mediterranean appetizer (warning the Foccacia is hard, not soft as I expected, but still very good), the hummus was better than most and the baba ganoush was very unique. The Quinoa salad was also tasty and hearty. We could have stopped there because we were already full, but we had already ordered 2 entree's since the menu looked so good! The Tuna was cooked to perfection and the filet was fork tender. We skipped dessert...The atmosphere was warm and inviting. We didn't come for sunset, but the person who advised us to try this place said to. I could tell from the sounds and set up that it would have been beautiful. The vendors at the entry (while they confused us on where to go) are tasteful and worth a look over as well.
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