Varied menu. Waiter helpful and spoke English. Peppermint drink delicious. Food well presented and tasty. This isn't fine dining, just gusty typical indigenous food.
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There are a number of traditional food restaurants in the surrounding area. But few are the ones with a decent meal that is not too salty or too greasy. Their dishes are well assorted and decorated. The staff is kind. The price is medium- high.
We found this place based on TripAdvisor recommendations and were not disappointed. We were a bit confused around what we were supposed to do when we first walked in because they have a big counter up front you can order from and then have a...More
If you get to Alajuela and don't have a meal at Las Delicias, you will have done yourself a true dis-service. My wife and I had about 8 or 9 items from the menu. The food was honest, delicious and enticing. The restaurant was attractive,...More
You can have a delicious "chorreada" (kind of corn pancake" with cheese and sour cream, "tortilla aliñada" (a very cheesy tortilla), "casados" (complete lunch with beef steak, rices, black beans, "platano maduro" etc. Do not miss the "horchata" a delicious milky drink made with rice...More
A place that is always visited by locals, has a good menu of the local fare and fast and friendly service. They always are willing to answer your questions and find was to accommodate your needs.
We had lunch here at the suggestion of our driver, and we’re glad he recommended it. It’s a large restaurant that specializes in selections made from corn. Our driver specifically recommended a chorreada, which is a large, sweet, cornmeal pancake that you eat by tearing...More