A local owner of a travel agency told us about this hidden gem, and we were not disappointed. Like many restaurants in Nicaragua, there is an open-air aspect, in this case, a wall that opens into an outdoor garden, but all seating is indoors--no al fresco dining.
The menu sports over 600 choices. A shorter version is presented in the traditional print style, while an electronic tablet is available to view the entire menu.
Italian is the main theme, but there are plenty of other options, especially seafood and beef. Local ingredients are apparently used on many dishes.
I ordered a bolognese lasagna and was told it would take 40 minutes since the pasta was made from scratch. It was worth the wait; the cheese, the meat and the pasta bursting with flavor.
Others ordered tuna sushi, a risotto trilogy, and carbonara.
Appetizers included shrimp, fruits, eggplant and were displayed beautifully.
Entrees ranged from $16 US up to $60 and higher.
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