Pizza was delicious and the service was great. The wraps were just average at best though. For the price and reviews I was expecting more. Oh well!
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This restaurant is located amongst the trees of the local forest. It's an outdoor, covered wood fire pizza place with many other food choices and awesome drinks for the entire family. The best part was that we sat right in front of a baby sloth...More
Went to El Wagon for dinner; it was early and the place was less than halfway full. The waitress was quite surly and seated us at a cramped table with very uncomfortable chairs. We requested another table and she said no. I moved us anyway....More
Great location, and great experience. The place was very cool, the pizza was very very good. And the price wasn´t that expensive. Great to go with family or friends.
El Wagon surprisingly wasn't as overpriced as it looks like it should be for a total tourist restaurant, but for two pizzas, two glasses of wine, and two glasses of water we got outta there for ~$30? I have zero complaints about that in Manuel...More
Came here for dinner, cuz we were craving pizza, and had read on TA that this was the best. It didn't disappoint. The brick oven pizza had a really good, crisp crust, with obviously fresh ingredients. They had a pretty expansive menu, but we just...More
We went here for dinner while in Manuel Antonio and ordered the hawaiian wood fired pizza with bacon, as well as a shrimp wrap. I would have given it 4 or 5 stars if it was just for the pizza, which was extremely tasty and...More
We visited El Wagon on a very rainy Thursday night and staff brought umbrellas to the car for us. Loved the quirky rocking chairs and both enjoyed tasty wood fire pizzas. One is definitely enough for two, as we were unable to finish a pizza...More