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My girlfriend and I went for a little walk and because it started to rain a lot, we just went to the Nema to have a drink and dinner. The food was really not good. They served ‘Surimi’ and frozen fish as sea food and...More
Located right on the intersection of Route 256 and Av 69 in Puerto Viejo and at the north end of the seaside trail from Playa Cocles, this was where we ate a week’s worth of lunches. The salmon filet, filet mignon, chicken fajitas, rice &...More
If you order a lime Margarita why here are you given a cocktail with mandarina which are strong very sour unripe oranges? Limes are plentiful here and as an international traveler I expect lime when thats what I order. The orange flavor is so strong...More
Slow waitstaff didn’t seem to care we were there. Close to a half hour to get watery cocktails. Food was decent. Most unusual fajitas I’ve had, they were just chicken, pepper and onion in an Asian style sauce.
Everything was very plain and service was quite slow. I had chicken fajitas and was only given chicken, onions and peppers—no tortillas, salsa, sour cream, etc. My husband has fish tacos—fish on a tortilla and that’s it. No sauce or coleslaw on it. They may...More
Well, there was a beach view... over the traffic...and the upstairs is nice But irregular size and distance in the steps make it a little difficult for the elderly, infirm, drunk or stoned (at least one of which may apply to me at any given...More