The steak did not allow you to eat it but took your 20 dollars regardless. The rest was ok but not worth the money. I suggest you try some other place
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We went there for dinner. My daughter had chicken fingers which were great. Her friend had spaghetti with butter. I had a filet of fish casada. 9 year olds can be picky which is why I ordered the plain spaghetti with butter. The spaghetti was...More
After taking a stroll through the rainforest we stopped for lunch at Mar y Tierra. The food was not only delicious it was beautifully presented! Each dish was a work of art that I savored visually before savoring it in my mouth! It appeared to...More
This family owned business is a gem! Stopped here while on a tour of Costa Rica - food was amazing and the owners / staff were friendly and just as amazing.
Stopped in Monteverdi with a group of 18 during an adventure trip to Costa Rica and everyone loved their food. A definite stop while in Monteverdi. Highly recommend. Beer wasn't impressive, but others seem to love their desserts.
The food here was so good, and so was the service. My wife and I stopped in for lunch and we were greeted by the woman who owned the restaurant. She made some great recommendations. The cheese board is a must. Local Monteverde cheese with...More
This place was recommended by one of our tour drivers. It's a cute little place on the 2nd floor on the edge of town. Family owned, we enjoyed a dance performance by the owners' toddler son. We were so tired I honestly don't even remember...More
We had an amazing lunch here on our last day in Santa Elena. We all had the Casado plate $10 or 5000 colones (typical lunch - rice, beans, choice of meat or veggie, plantains, salad and cooked veggie) and was seriously the best we have...More
Stopped here after a day of ziplining and was blown away by how good it was! The restaurant is located on the second floor and seems to be family owned. Ordered the chicken sandwich with fresh avocado and really enjoyed it. All of the food...More