We stopped here for a nightcap. It was quiet when we were there, but we enjoyed a 1/4 bottle of flor de caña with a pleasant view over the street below. Did not try the food.
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We had drinks on the balcony. Nice views of the city life where you get a feel of the vibe going on. The food was average and I found it expensive for Matagalpa. The service was fair, nothing great but nothing to complain. I would...More
Sat here with a group of friends for an evening, lots of food with lots of cheese 👌🏼. One friend however has allergies for eggs and nuts, even after asking twice noticed these products in the food and had to send it back. View was...More
I've come here three times total on two separate trips to Matagalpa, and it always blows my mind! The food is outstanding, particularly the churrasco and fried corvina. The churrasco here is my favorite! I would avoid the Spanish tortilla, which should always be a...More
we just stopped to have a beer and watch the world go by. waiter was nice, spoke no English but how hard is it to order a beer?
This place was easy to find but up a fairly steep flight of stairs. We arrived at about 11:30 to a mostly empty restaurant and were told to choose anywhere to sit. We selected two stools overlooking the street below which proved to be the...More
The service was good, the food was good, the ambience was good....but nothing beyond that. Whilst there was nothing to complain about, there was just nothing to set it above any other. The only reason we'd return would be to have a cocktail on the...More
Mojito was excellent, although pricey. Guess we pay for the view which is fun to overlook the busy street. Carne asada was thin, over-cooked (ordered medium rare) and flavorless except for abundance of salt. Street meat is far superior!
Food is amazing. Service very attentive and fast. If you sit on a balcony there is a great view of the street so you can people watch.
Ate here with family 2 nights ago. Been here before and the food is always good, a selection of higher end entres found in many upscale Nicaraguan restaurants. The biggest draw is really their front balcony which overlooks the Calle central. The rest of the...More