Always have the fish fingers. Red snapper was also a hit. Not high dining. A soda. Fresh fish always.
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This is what I like about typical costa rican food. I had the cassava plate here with the chuleta (pork chop). The meal consists of your meat, a salad, rice, beans, a plantain, and some vegetable mixture. Everything was fresh. The cassava plate was 7.00...More
very nice little soda we ate breakfast there 3 times ,u could get either a costa rica breakfase or one like north america i always had bacon and eggs
We are here expecting a good meal well we were in for a shock! I have a fish filet that was so over cooked it was rubbery and hard my family had hamburgers that were a third the size of the bun and burned around...More
We had good seafood soup and a casero of thin, tasty pork and (of course) beans and rice and two Imperial beers, all for US $21. It's a hole-in-the-wall place right off the beach.
We wanted to eat the local foods and were trying different Soda's (meaning typical region food not a drink). Restaurants that have Soda before the name will help you find them. We ate next door for lunch and decided to come try this one. Our...More
Good but higher than Zi bar and not as good. Very nice staff and accommodating. Good to try but won't see us again.
Did we go to the same soda as the other reviewers...? We genuinely had our worst breakfast in Costa Rica at Teresita. We're big fans of the typical gallo pinto breakfast and have had many dozens in various parts of the country. This was by...More