If you are looking for real home cooking to experience the Tico way, this should be your choice. It is located off the main strip on a dirt road, half way between Quepos and Manuel Antonino, but don't be intimidated as the experience is worthy of your trip.
We had dinner here on our first night in the area and the waiter, a local who worked in LA so his English is Americanized, was a wealth of information about Manuel Antonio National park along with the surrounding area.
I ordered the shrimp meal and they were huge and delicious. The owner cook, also prepared a vegetarian Casado (local dish) for my partner and he is still raving about it. When we were leaving they were nice enough to sell us some beer and wine which we carried back up the street to our B&B.
Leaving this place was like leaving a families house at the end of a visit - they all thanked us for coming and invited us back in the future. After 6 trips to this country, I have to say this was the best restaurant we have experienced.
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