It's surprising to come to Costa Rica and have Italian food, but the guy we rented chairs from at the beach in Manuel Antonio was raving about this place so we gave it a try. The service isn't great as we were barely acknowledged when we walked through the door even though we were the first customers to arrive. Not the friendliest waiter and the food took forever to arrive, but it's probably b/c they were making everything from scratch. My daughter had the cheese raviolis in alfredo sauce and they were so delicious. My husband had a pasta dish with seafood and a tomato based sauce and it was excellent. I had the carbonara, which I didn't like as much, but only b/c I expected the American version of carbonara and according to my husband it was the more authentic version you find in Italy. Lesson learned. In sum, the food is delicious, prices are not cheap, and you will wait a while for your food, but it's worth a visit if you want an alternative to American and Costa Rican food.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.