Good food and location, not too pricey. They have a good "tipico" food, and an american breakfast not too shabby.
Our tour took us here for breakfast on our way to Nicaragua. A great choice! Good food with very good choices including typico, fruit plate, or an American breakfast. They were all delicious! And the ambience is fabulous located in an original old historic building. Highly recommend and pricing is excellent also!
We saw the tour bus parked here and decided to try it for lunch as we were on a tight schedule on our way to the airport. Sat outside on the front porch and chatted with two lovely women from Austria who offered to share their table with us. I ordered the seafood plate and it was outstanding! Clams, mussels,... More
Very convenient location. Friendly and nice people. Food was great as well. I asked to borrow their phone to call our hotel and they even help me dial the hotel. Thanks.
Near the main plaza and church in Liberia sits an inviting corner restaurant with a nice long veranda with tables looking on the road. There is no great view other than people/car watching but the atmosphere and the food makes it worth sitting outside. This was our first day and first time in Costa Rica so it made sense to... More
Our favorite restaurant in Liberia closed, so on a lark we tried this. Had the chicken Cordon Bleu-outstanding, they got it crisp, without the cheese melting out-loved this. My wife had the sirloin tips in pepper brandy sauce--they were tender, flavorful and would order again. The best dish we saw, and will go back for is the whole Pargo-red snapper--it... More
Our hotel recommended this restaurant. Fairly extensive menu, tourist oriented. Friendly service, decent food though hardly spectacular. We shared the tortilla soup and each had the grilled tilapia, which came with two sides ($32 in total). The fish was fresh, but I found the food to be quite salty.
we visited this place early one day. We had what they called a continental breakfast - all fruit and coffee. Overflowing with the fruit, all currently in season. Too much as we could not finish our plates even though it was so fresh and tasty. They were completing renovations to the washrooms. Parking is on the street - the place... More
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