We had breakfast here and we had heard a lot of good things but were a bit disappointed. The food was alright, nothing special and the service was very bad, like they really did not want people there. In the end they charged us for...More
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Taco Tuesday is when to go. You have to go upstairs to the bar area where they have music too. The tacos are more like over-sized taquitos and are pre-filled with various fillings (shrimp, chicken, meat and pork - our night). Some nights they have...More
It is a nice restaurant and the food was good. Our drink order was not taken until our food arrived. There was a bit of a language barrier but it all worked out.
seriously delicious entire lobster in Caribbean sauce with plantains and rice for ten bucks. perfect cheeseburger, too, if you need that to anchor the meal. great service, good people. my only wish- it was super dark...a little light to see my food better would have...More
We were told about Marlene's on the flight over from a local. We ate all our breakfasts here, husband favoring the french toast with rum syrup, I loved the huevos rancheros. They were open to offering me my coffee over ice instead of blended. Tried...More
A couple days ago we met sweet Marlene and Fabiana, proprietors of Relax. They shared with us lots about the Island. We ordered the Island special dinner (before lunch - it takes hours to prepare) called Ron Don. When we returned they rolled out the...More
Great breakfasts (we came here a few times and everything was good!) but service is quite slow - shows everything is cooked fresh - so don't come here in a hurry! Pineapple smoothies are delicious! As is the rum butter for the pancakes! / French...More
I have eaten breakfast at Relax (AKA Marlene's) a few times and have always had a good meal. My wife likes the French toast but I am an egg guy. Recently Marlene is offering sausage with breakfast. The omelette and sausage is excellent.
Went to find out what the fuss was about the coconut bread french toast. It lived up to the hype and the rum butter syrup was tasty as well. For $3 you won't find a better tasting breakfast.
We discovered this place while biking around the island. Came back the next day for the french toast. The butter rum syrup is awesome. Came back again after our visit to Little Corn while waiting for our flight to Managua.