This is a hidden gem in San Jose. It is a local restaurant serving typical tico food in the centre of town at a very reasonable price. We opted for casados (chicken and beef) and they were really good. It is served as a set...More
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Frozen in time, 100 year old eatery. Popular among locals and visitors. Basic local food and drinks. Will try the coffee and tres leche next time.
this over 100 year old eatery is a pit stop for all. The food is typical American fare mixed with local favorites. You feel like you are taken back in time here, as the decor has probably not changed in 50 years, but that is...More
Had dinner at Chelles and enjoyed it. Its not too much on the menu, but you can get Costa Rican basics at reasonable prices - and most of all tasty! I liked the house salsa picante which is on each table and my girlfriend also...More
Started off well, food was decent, service was good till about 9pm when possibly locals arrived. Had finished dinner and was planning on dessert and another drink and after catching my servers attention not once, twice, or even three times just went straight for the...More
Great location right on the pedestrian street. We had great service. Enjoyed their rib meal which includes yucca and salad. They have great condiments on the table and we purchased a bottle of their chelles salsa. And it wasn't expensive.
Everywhere else we went to in Costa Rica, people were friendly and welcoming. Our waitress obviously had no interest in dealing with tourists. She didn't do much to hide her contempt and seemed to go out of her way to ignore us. I've never seen...More
I read great reviews from here so we gave it a try. I ordered eggs and tomato, with beans and rice...what I received looked and tasted like regurgitated eggs and tomato. My boyfriend got a sandwich and he had no complaints. Aside from the food,...More