We stopped here randomly and we stumbled on a wonderful choice. Great cuisine and service with a local vibe. I highly suggest it. We are from Atlanta, Georgia and we were pleased.
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Disorganised service leading to long wait times to service an admittedly large group of 10. Food was average at best when it did come out and prices were high. There are good dining options in la Fortuna - this is not one of them.
The restaurant is cute, Raul the server was very polite and attentive, the food is just ok though, nothing crazy, plus it took forever to arrive, and I really mean forever, they only had two servers for a half full restaurant . Now, the atmosphere...More
We ate there and took the pepper sauce steak, and one paella for two people. The paella was simple white rice and pepper without any complexity. A bit of chewy seafood, the steak meat was not good, the meat was also chewy like gum. The...More
Our whether Raul was kind and courteous. He was happy to make recommendations without being pushy. The food was simply delightful and exceptionally tasty. We return to dine with them several more occasions during our trip. I highly recommend the Ceviche and parrillada del rey
I went to the fortuna in San Carlos with my family. On the way we found a Peruvian restaurant, my husband insisted on trying it. We had the best experience. My husband ordered the special cut jumbo shrip cooked medium. The sauce was exquisite, everything...More
Worst dining experience ever. We had 5 people in a car and took a vote for Peruvian vs. Italian. I was the tie-breaker and chose Peruvian. Big mistake. Nothing went right. First, they sat us right next to the live musician, who pretty much spent...More
We wanted to try something that's not tipical Costa Rican food, which we had a lot of in the past week. This Peruvian restaurant was good. We had the 2 for 1 ceviche special (sea bass), and was a good appetizer to start. Ceviche originated...More