Nestled in the evergreen forest at the foothill of Poas Volcano, this place is the closest one can get to grandmom's recipies. The smell of burning firewood and the cozy enviroment makes for an unforgetable experience.
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Went here for lunch, as too early to check in hotel. Had lovely home made tomato soup, plate of fresh fruit, coffees, awesome home made apple pie with ice cream...stayed little longer due to thunderstorm and heavy rain, so had a couple of beers also......whole...More
Nice location, good food and fair price. It is a good place to enjoy some Costarican breakfast. Cool weather, you may want consider to take your jacket with you. However, no original options in the menu, you can go to the next restaurant if this...More
The restaurant is located in the mountain but it was easily found via Waze navigation. The restaurant was surrounded by green and there was a nice garden in front of the restaurant. If you sit outside you can have the garden view while dining. There...More
Stopped in for lunch one day while staying in the area ... cool location and setting. Our Spanish is limited but we managed .. ordered a few share plates and they were really good. Reasonably priced, I would definitely return if in the area.
Gallotes are very good and tasty, black bean soup the best, sirloin steak is also very good, cheese cake for dessert. My neighbors have a good thing going.
This is one of the places you will have a nice meal, not cheap nor very expensive but sometimes you might need to be patience as it might be crowded. I have been here several times, last time was with my fiance for lunch time....More
Came here for lunch on Father's Day. The place was a little crowded, but we could get seats and the service was very good. The dishes are mainly Costa Rican casado and sorts. The amounts are large and the food is amazing. The only thing...More
Four of us Drove an hour to a wonderful restaurant nestled in the tall trees near Poas National Park. As you enter the restaurant you smell the wood burning stove probably for the fresh and constant corn tortillas (white or yellow corn). We split several...More