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“Horrible sushi”

El Tercer Ojo Restaurant
Ranked #33 of 172 Restaurants in Granada
Price range: $5 - $30
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Good for: Special occasions, Romantic
Dining options: Lunch, Late Night, Dinner, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: El Tercer Ojo Since 2001 in the heart of Granada Nicaragua. El Tercer Ojo is an element for everyone...Tranquility and good taste. A crucible of flavors and aromas from around the world... This is where the Far East meets the Mediterranean and Americas. We specialze in world cuisine and offer an array of live music events. At Tercer Ojo you will find a plaza with specialty stores selling leather goods and a vintage market selling specialty goods from around the world.
Reviewed November 15, 2011

This looked like a really nice place! But after waiting two hours for our sushi, we expected something more than what we got. You get almost NO fish.. 90% rice..it did not taste good either.. The waiters are super slow.. 20 minutes just to get some extra ginger?

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Reviewed October 18, 2011

My husband and I went for a romantic evening. His crepes were crappy. My curry would have made my vietnamese mother worry...it was billed as vietnamese shrimp curry, but what I got was strangely sour and milky served in a coconut. We ended on a high note...the chocolate dessert was very good. We paid $40 for our meal (expensive in comparison to what you can normally find for half the amount).

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Reviewed October 9, 2011

I am a bit surprised with the previous comments. We had the Gaspacho, the tortilla and the chicken kebab and all three were very good. We drank the sangria which was very tasty. The waitress was very nice. I would recommend this place at least the dishes we ordered but we haven't tried the fish

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Reviewed September 15, 2011

This restaurant looks so good and the menu card is so interesting that is was a big surprise, that the food we had were almost uneatable. The fish I had were like rubber and smelt and tasted bad. I had one bite and didn´t want to try more because of the danger to get a food poison. My girlfriend had a curry dish with small pieces of something that could have been chicken!!! The bread we have to the food was old and not to be eaten. We had our check on a piece of toilet paper!! and they were not happy when I wanted to pay with my credit card. They added by the way 6% to the bill because I paid with my credit card. Absolutely not worth a visit.

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Reviewed September 4, 2011

When we first entered, it seemed like a really nice restaurant -- the ambiance seemed a little bit try-hard but it was still unique in Granada. But when the food came, this place turned into an absolute disappointment. The seafood platter was overcooked, for a good reason-- THE SEAFOOD WAS NOT FRESH. The octopus had the consistency of liver and the mussels were "powdery". The pork ribs had nice seasoning/flavor, but the meat itself was unchewable. My boyfriend had to bite off the meat and swallow the entire thing whole. He tried to get some meat off the bone and it sounded like cracking wood.

As other reviews have mentioned, the menu is in dollars but the bill is in cordobas-- a little confusing to say the least. Compared to other restaurants in Granada, this place is very expensive (and totally not worth the price). And btw, the seafood platter was 90% left uneaten.

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Thank mishaku
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