We recently vacationed in Nosara. It's the rainy season in August. We had the occasion to be seeking a place to eat in the dark. No street lights in Nosara. We stopped into the Harmony restaurant to avoid the impending thunderstorm. The menu was decent, but the prices were a little high. Then the food came and the value of the price tanked. The food was prepared and overcooked. I can burn chicken fingers. My daughter couldn't even eat them. My wife ordered an overpriced pasta dish and the garlic blew me away and I was sitting across the table. I had a shrimp dish that was again overcooked. Only the mango daquari was worth mentioning, and again over priced. I would save my money next time and eat up the street.
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