We had dinner here one evening during our Manuel Antonio stay. My husband had the snapper, and I had a shrimp dish. Both came with rice and vegetables. All of the food was delicious, tasted very fresh, and tasted like it was prepared in a healthy way (i.e. not greasy). This is not a fancy restaurant, although it does have it's own charm. There are candles on all of the tables, and if you're there early enough (while it's still light), there is a nice view.