Excellent place to enjoy an exquisite meal and professional customer service, the food has a good price and the place is quite beautiful.
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I liked the combos they had because you got to try a little bit of everything! The portions were big and their coffee was good. Our server was always kind and helpful. If we had any questions about our surrounding they would answer it the...More
We went to Soda El Rio for a bit of home as they serve hamburgers and fries. I loved the Costa Rican food (and I have been told the casado at El Rio is great) but I just needed something different mid week. I had...More
We dropped in here on a Sunday lunch hour with the restaurant full of locals and a few of us chicos lined up outside. How can anything be bad if the locals swarm the place? And nothing was bad, except having to wait to get...More
This is a great little restaurant to stop into for some authentic Costa Rican food. Menu has options for everyone, service was good and cost was affordable.
Went for breakfast. I really like whole black beans so often ask for a side at meals. These were the best. Well seasoned. Overall good breakfast.
Had the rice with shrimp. Wasn’t too bad, kind of typical Asian fare that felt like American Asian dinner. Had more rice and less shrimp, served with fries. Husband had burger which was not good. Frozen pattie pretty basic. If you are in the mood...More
I do not like to comment negatively as I believe it is important to see the good things in life and criticizing is not my cup of tea, however today I must share my experience as it can save you some frustration. I have been...More
20 mins before they closed, I ordered Casada con Higado (liver combo, hint: not your average American food). Liver and caramelized onion are perfectly cooked. The $7 plate also comes with rice, beans, sautéed vegetables, freshly sliced salad and fried plantains. Too bad I found...More