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The service was good . Three of us ordered tacos which turned out to be a deep fat fried rolled wheat tortilla with filling. Not sure why since I saw photos of tacos that looked like what you would expect
I order a special mahi mahi fillet, it got to the table overcooked and not fresh fish, they offered to exchange it and they charged me more than the fish i ordered.
The so called cheap sodas invariable fail to provide anything more than good...pinto.horrible customer service.More
Stopped in for dinner ordered the carne Casado. The plate came out in just a few minutes. Everything had good seasoning from the steak in almost a stew sauce kinda on the thicker side to the salad dressing was light and flavorful. Going back to...try moreMore
Really good breakfast and good coffee! If you want to feel like a locals, are money conscious and want a full stomach for a low price try the gallo pinto con huevo and fried plantain! Also do not miss the papaya and banana smoothie!!! If...only that! Sooo well done, loved it with my breakfast.More
Check your bill at the end. We had a good lunch but unfortunately at the end the bill had more than 12 dollar extra. We asked the waiter he didn’t answer, so we checked the menu again and our result was the correct one. They...hardly apologized and charged us the right amount. Quit disappointing.More
I’m vegan, but I try to try local fare as much as possible when I travel. I got the veggie burrito, which was essentially cauliflower, broccoli, and carrot in a large tortilla with shredded lettuce, tomato, and slices of avocado on top. Very little flavor...in this dish, unfortunately. However, the atmosphere was laid back, the service was great, and the prices were reasonable. Worth a visit if you have a less restrictive diet!More
Excellent local food, fresh and delicious. Cheap and large portions. Went here for breakfast and got the typical breakfast with fish. It came with rice and beans, toast, fish with an option to add an egg. Was so full we had to skip lunch.
Typical Costa Rican food - which seemed to be better quality overall. Typical menu of Costa Rica typical food. We started with guacamole and ceviche. We had the tuna with vegetables and rice as well as Shrimps with Garlic Sauce. Very good fresh fruit drinks.