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After 45 minutes waiting for my apetizer they came with the main course telling me that di not have my order ready..... 😤😡😠🤬
Very BAD service!!!
Not my first time but surely I will think more to come back 👎👎👎👎
The restaurant is situated in the lush green Rincon on a hill. It's surrounded by tall cactus plants. Cute little birds and lizards scuttle past. The restaurant has a roof made of weaved palm leaves and it was nice and breezy when we visited.
I...had the chicken stew. It was delicious. I loved that there was a bit of rice, plantain and fried corn bread to go with it. It went down nicely with a Venezuelan blonde beer and a shot of Cadushy. :)More
It's a nice place, immersed in the nature, fields of cactus everywhere. The restaurant is open and has a nice terrace. Here you can try typical local dishes, like iguana soup and fresh fish as barracuda. Recommended for families with children. You cannot pay with...cards.More
Do you know what local dishes are in Bonaire culture? Well we didn't either. So we stopped for lunch after diving the northern sites as Rincon is on the way back home.
Our server was so pleasant, friendly. She was really a sweet lady.
We...ordered the goat stew, beef stew, iguana stew and salted fish. Now as good Midwestern US farm kids, we get stew. AND, this was different for us, very flavorful and a some small bones to be careful of. Maybe not something we would do again, but glad we tried something new. Each meal came with many side dishes which were fantastic - very good. Each meal was about $16
In the end, we had a cultural experience and we were glad we did. If you are going through Rincon you should stop and try it - your traveling, so why eat what you can get at home, right?More
Stopped by for lunch after diving. We wanted to try some local Carribean food. Had Goat stew and Iguana soup. Neither the soup or stew were brothy; more like shredded meat. Both had a fair amount of small bones mixed into the meat. ( I...think that is normal; just don't be suprized.) Both dishes were served with Carribean sides. Food was good and definitely not something you find in the US. Beautiful spot to relax.More
We stopped in for lunch while exploring Bonaire and had a very good meal. I wanted something different and local so I ordered the small bowls of both the tripe soup and the goat soup. They were something different for sure but tasty. One of...our group had a hamburger and it was a lot bigger than expected and quite good. We also had a side dish of fried plantain and it too was very good. The beer was ice cold and served with a neoprene cover to keep it that way - an excellent idea. The service was also excellent and friendly. Posada Para Mira is a great place to have a meal while visiting the Rincon area of Bonaire.More
If you want to experience local food, this is a great spot for lunch. There's enough variety on the menu that if your travelling companions aren't into trying really new things like iguana soup or iguana stew, or even goat stew, they won't go hungry....I decided to try the iguana stew and the server was kind enough to give me pointers on how to eat iguana because it has a lot of bones. My impression is that it was a lot like the dark meat of turkey, and eating it was like trying to get the meat off the turkey neck. There was also a liver in the stew, which I assumed was from the iguana as well - like all liver, it's got a strong flavour. The stew came with fried plantain, pumpkin, rice and beans and a small salad.
They have homemade lemonade and tamarind drinks there - both nice to have on a hot summer day. It's a great stop for a lunch as you tour the north end of Bonaire.
This restaurant is on the road to Dos Pos Echo Conservation Centre and if you continue west along this road, you'll come across Lake Gotomeer (or Lake Goto) - a beautiful inland salina where you'll see flamingos - you can drive along the lake at lake level. Don't forget to bring binoculars to get a closer look at flocks of feeding flamingos. It's illegal to disrupt them or their nests so bring binoculars.More