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The thought of curry and spaghetti weirded me out at first. My expectations were set on a Nica rendition of spaghetti and meatballs with the red sauce being a watery ketchup. I was surprised with the garlic curry pasta that Borders Cafe presented. The owner...More
The food was excellent and seemed to most be grown on the premises and was made from scratch and the prices reflect that. The owner was very friendly and attentive. The place is off hte beaten path tucked down a side "street"/path. Lovely setting, nice...More
This place almost at the end of the village is located behind the hotel Victoria over a small bridge. It is quite. The owner is very nice and we had a fantastic fresh juice and a coffee. Both organic and tasteful.
We were recommended to go to Borders cafe to try one of their smoothies which we did. Jamil was so friendly and welcoming, his English was very good. The smoothie was one of the best I've ever had. We booked to go back that evening...More
We had a nice, typical Nicaraguan breakfast at Border's. It is tucked back into a cool little garden spot. The service was very good, though we were the only ones there. The food was good, especially the gallo pinto which tasted as though it was...More
Date of visit: December 2017
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yamilniko, Propietario at Borders Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded December 12, 2017
Muchas gracias por sus felicitaciones y comentarios.
We came here for dinner on our second night in El Castillo following a recommendation from Marga (owner of Hotel Luna del Rio) and it was very good! We both had pasta and it tasted great! The waiters were a bit slow and the bar...More
Date of visit: September 2017
yamilniko, Propietario at Borders Cafe, responded to this reviewResponded November 22, 2017