A group of us had diver at this restaurant and it was one of our best meals in Costa Rica. Thank you Erick.
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My husband and I stepped into this restaurant off the street to have breakfast before entering the park. We seated ourselves and waited and waited. We were completely ignored, we were never greeted, no one spoke to us, people that came in after us got...More
Very good pancakes. fruit is fresh and very good. Coffee is hot and fresh! Reservations are not needed for breakfast.
Buru at El Faro hotel in Manual Antonio was great. We ate breakfast every morning there and had lunch and dinner several times on our visit. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone in the area or visiting manual antonio national park
If you're in Quepos, you simply have to go visit Baru Restaurante! The food is traditional Costa Rican done at it's best. Everyone who works here is so lovely. If you're lucky, you'll get to meet Eric, the owner. You'll never meet a nicer guy....More
Formerly Funky Monkeys, the manager Eric said he has 20 years of experience in Manuel Antonio area and just opened this oasis near the National Park Entrance. We had both breakfast and dinner, both good.as was service. Closed Mondays, as is Manuel Antonio National Park....More
Typical foods found in most restaurants in Costa Rica. The waite staff for both the restaurant and bar were extremely friendly and spoke very good English.
Had lunch here at the end of a tour, and found the food rather tasteless. Uninspiring, not value for money. Screaming kids In the pool and cars struggling uphill at the nearby road, didn't create much atmosphere. The fresh fruit juice was nice, though.
Maybe we got stuck with the Sunday night restaurant blues, but this was definitely a disappointment. The guacamole and sebice were, in fact well presented, and quite tasty. But the ain course was another story. Four of us ordered the "spaghetti and seafood" - in...More