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“Seafood supreme, location convenient”
Review of Parque Sushi

Parque Sushi
Cuisines: Asian
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Reviewed 18 December 2014 via mobile

First to be mentioned are the owners themselves Ray and Gina, very sweet very friendly couple. The help staff were good as well, some very motherly.

The best foods there are Seafood based, the almond crusted snapper was great,
The sushi genuine, but the teriyaki chicken was also great. Tip, ask about daily off the menu items, one day there was this Asian vegetable noodle soup that was so good and fresh. The pancakes were fluffy and not even in need of syrup, a good thing considering you can't find maple syrup anywhere there.

Try asking about catering with Asian and phillapeno food.

The location is close to the park, the beach and the bus stop (dirt road past the
shady vendors keep right across the bridge)and to several hotels.


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1  Thank TrueGormagon
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Reviewed 22 May 2014

We stayed at La Posada so this was the closest place to our hotel. It's a pretty unassuming little place with lots of souveniers, but we were so happy we ventured over there for lunch. The food was amazing, especially the mahi mahi and the teriyaki chicken. Really the best part was the service, though. The food arrived very quickly and our waitress was one of the sweetest people we met on our trip. If lunch hadn't been included with our excursions for the rest of the week, we would have returned multiple times. This is the best place to grab lunch as you're arriving at or leaving Manuel Antonio National Park, as it's directly outside the entrance.

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Reviewed 13 May 2014

A great varity of gift ideas and food choices. The Teriyaki chicken is to die for. The best location directly outside the entrance to the National Park. Customer service is great, they speak English as well as Spanish.

I will return,
Synthia

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Thank Synthia W
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Reviewed 5 April 2014

Average meal is between $8-$10, but you get a ton of food. The service is great here and it's a stones throw to the park.

1  Thank Bryan K
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Reviewed 18 February 2014

My husband and I had two entrees. I had the almond crusted red snapper. It came with a delicious fresh cilantro sauce and steamed rice, a fresh Asian salad with sesame seeds and bokchoy. It was so good that we could not believe it.

My husband had a delicious ahi dish with a surprising buttery sauce and fresh veggies that he loved.

The portions were huge, I couldn't finish it.

The owner was soo nice that she gave us a guanabana fruit drink that was soo good we would have paid for it.

We love this place. I really recommend. I would go back in a heartbeat.

Thank Azalia C
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