Food was good,Staff friendly and really enjoyed the concert and the band made fantastic vibe inside and outside of the restaurant :)
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We saw this place close to the bus terminal and decided to give it a try for lunch one day. At that point I hadn't read all the bad reviews it seems to get or I likely wouldn't have tried it. But anyhow we both...More
Basically regular food that you find everywhere. Just a flavor semi mexican. High prices and at. Pay time they hit you with 27 percent extra.
The $14 Burrito Gigante is only Gigante because its beans and rice with two teaspoons of ground beef. Food is horrible and the cherry on top tge rob you on exchange. What a bunch of scammers. Stay away.
Way overpriced for what you get. My friend ordered a beef burrito which was mostly beans and rice with some ground beef. Stated it was the worst he’d ever had and did not eat it (it was that bad). The tacos were okay. They have...More
The food and service was good, but you need to have a good understanding of the exchange rate...we had an enchilada, a burrito and 2 cokes...we asked them to convert the colones to US dollars and they way overcharged us...$46!!! Argued with them, but what...More
Bad food, poor service, very expensive. Just stay away. Staff doesn’t care. Tourist trap. Small portions too!! We didn’t finish our enchilada...
We found this place walking around Quepos. We had a very average lunch (2 chicken enchilada's and 4 beers. The food was bland and I would not recommend this place to anyone. We were charged 49. usd. I thought this was outrageous. Later we visited...More
We went to Dos Locos for dinner. The service woman was not very friendly at all. We've ordered the chili con carne as starter which had a 9:1 ratio of beans and ground meat. For the main course I've ordered the Mexican spaghetti dish, which...More
My girlfriend and I ate here during our vacation and I have to express how much better an option it is to eat at the restaurants in Quepos versus the expensive restaurants near the hotels in Manuel Antonio. The food although much cheaper, was very...More