Absolutely fantastic food, service, and atmosphere! So fresh... fish stew beautiful presentation incredible broth! Meats succulent! I don’t usually write reviews, but this experience had to be shared!
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Pleasantly surprised while visiting the Daytona area for work. The food was absolutely fantastic!! For starters we loved the guava cinnamon butter paired up with fresh “La Segunda Bakery” bread. Our entrees both had exquisite melt in your mouth pork packed with wonderful flavors and...More
Stopped in for lunch after some friend suggestions, and ordered the pupusas. Three cheese with an option for various meats. It came with a homemade chicken vegetable soup, two shredded slaw sides and was Excellent. Attractive surroundings, attentive staff, upscale and somewhat out of the...More
Don't go here if you're looking for a cheap hole-in-the-wall place to get a pupusa or baleada, which is what you might think of from the name. But do go here for an amazing meal, including outstanding service and ambience, with wonderful flavors that you...More
We went to a private dinner and was very pleased with the personal attention from the family that runs the place. The food was totally amazing.
Over the past year we have visited Chucerias Hondurenas several times. Each visit has been a excellent dining experience. We were there last night and it was outstanding again. The restaurant is charming and the service very friendly and professional. All in our party enjoyed...More
My goodness, what a find! Three of us dined there last weekend because of the reviews we'd read online. Everything was just so amazingly good, from the blackberry mojitos to the bread with the guava butter and cilantro sauce, the vegetarian plate, the shrimp dish...More
Beautifull re-purposeing of an old coquina building.Real old florida.Service.setting, presentation,excellent.Food?So,so.Bland is the word.I had the roast pork.Tough, flavorless.To be fair central americans don't like spice.For flavor try cuba or the Yucatan.Jane's talapia.Again fair to midlin.Pricey.This would be a comida typica in Costa Rica.Maybe two bucks.Too...More