This restaurant was recommended to us by our B&B host and we're glad she did. The chef regularly cooks for only about 20 people per night in this very small restaurant and there were only about a dozen the night we went. There was a Japanese theme that night and we learned how to make vegetarian sushi, with all ingredients prepared in advance. This was served with a great miso soup and a sweet dessert. We also had wine and enjoyed the family-style seating. Call in advance to make sure there is enough room and enough food to accommodate you. This was a unique experience during our trip to Costa Rica.
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