Delicious food, kind people, good music! Walked there on a rainy night because it was close to where we are staying. Would definitely return just for the food.
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We had a wonderful dinner of traditional Costa Rican food. The whole grilled sea bass was delicious. The service was excellent. The prices were very good as well.
Wanted local Costa Rican food. Trip Advisor suggested El Arado. The food and service were excellent. Like home cooking. Cheap for what we had. The whole grilled fish was more than enough for 2 and probably enough for 3. Family run, friendly service. Gave us...More
We ordered our dinners by physically pointing to the items from the casado menu (filet of fish and filet of chicken), the meals came and they were both chicken based! We didn't say anything... When the bill came, we were overcharged (over double the price)...More
This place was awesome. Really tasty "typical food" and amazing pico de gallo, the best I've ever tasted. The family that runs it are super friendly and the location is beautiful right on the hillside. We even got to see some squirrel monkeys while having...More
The food was amazing and very fresh. We enjoyed the nacho starter and then various snapper dishes and saltin (a specialty). All,portions were generous and we left with happy smiles on our faces. Off the beaten path so it was not crowded. This is a...More
The food and hospitality is excellent and very well priced. One of our favorite places. Apparently they are on the old road to Manuel Antonio from Quepos so you need to take a side road across from Hotel California.
Having had seven different dining experiences in Manuel Antonio and Quepos I would have to say El Arado was my favorite. Very authentic and the family who owned or worked there were fantastic in getting our food ordered and prepared. Everything was wonderful. I had...More