This restaurant was recommended by our hotel when we mentioned we were looking for more of a typical Costa Rican meal. The restaurant has a local feel to it as they didn't seem to be trying cater to a tourist crowd, It lacked any kind of kitschy decor which is a good thing. The menu has plenty of traditional items on it but I felt the quality was just average. I was also surprised at the cost of the meal. My wife had a typical casado meal with beef and I had grilled shrimp. We both split a bottle of water. This meal before tip was $56. The food we ate our hotel was roughly the same price but that included appetizers and alcohol. Definitely not the best value town, at least for tourists.
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