In its early beginnings this was an authentic Nicaraguan food restaurant, and though the menu is the same with an extensive variety of local dishes, -nowadays-, this restaurant serves low quality products for the price of a 5 stars ⭐️ restaurant.
It’s not my first time here, so I know what I am talking about.
Avoid steaks , or carne asada, the worst in their menu at the highest price.
Try dishes with local names but stay away from steaks.
The ambience is nice, the service is good but this restaurant falls short to be rated as a state of the art in Nicaragua’s typical food.
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