They make good Gallo Pinto (traditional Costa Rican breakfast of mixed rice and beans with other seasonings.) Go early because by 10 am the pinto may be gone.
Not the best for lunch and dinner food in my opinion and even a little pricey for a local joint, but if you find yourself dining here in the later hours try the arroz con camarones (fried rice with shrimp) or the ceviche. Avoid the hamburger/chicken sandwich.
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