Having eaten at a number of other restaurants in Punta Uva and Puerto Viejo, my wife and I were disappointed with this supposedly attractive Caribbean venue. A large number of tables with a lack of serving and bar staff. Any ambience was sadly lacking, and with regard to the 'locals', these seemed to include a large proportion of elderly expats busy drinking.
Our order for 2 Margaritas took at least 15 minutes to arrive and then in small cocktail glasses unlike the full tumbler measures served elsewhere. The Red Snapper was OK- presumably nothing can wrong with grilled fish.
By 8.00pm the restaurant was nearly empty and the kitchen being cleaned down, so do not plan on eating there at a European evening time.
Our bill was high as the 13% sales tax and the obligatory 10% service charge are not included in the individual menu items, an even more expensive Margarita!
A very ordinary evening
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