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Seafood, Barbecue, Central American, Costa Rican, South American
Dinner, Brunch
Wheelchair Accessible
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The buffet was incredible with so many options! It is also right next to the crocodile bridge so the location is excellent. Wait staff was super friendly and informative. Would love to go back!

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 27, 2020

My husband and I stopped here passing through from San Jose to Quepos. The staff was incredibly polite, service was extremely fast and food was delicious! We polished off 3 orders of gallos (two beef, one chicken) both were exceptional and could've had another, it...was that good. We shared a couple Imperial and also purchased a bottle of their fresh 'chile' to take back to our villa, wish we had bought two- combination of flavor and spice was perfection.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 14, 2020

The food here was bland and questionable at best. Even the "casado," a Costa Rican mainstay dish, wasn't all that great. The washrooms were dirty, even by Costa Rican standards and I'm pretty sure my dad got food poisoning from his watermelon (sandía) juice. He...spent the evening vomiting and he hasnt done that in years. If you're passing by, it's worth the stop to see the crocodiles but keep going somewhere else for food and a bathroom break. And don't buy a crocodile tooth necklace from the dudes selling them. I watched a vendor use one to dig up some asphalt to throw over the bridge to make the crocs snap.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 18, 2019

My husband stopped here after checking out the cool crocodiles under the bridge. The food was extremely delicious. We got 2 of the gallo pinto special breakfast and fried sweet plantain, 2 large water and 2 coffees all for 30$. We will definitely be back...to try out other specialties.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed November 12, 2019 via mobile

We were thirsty for coconut water and some fresh papaya juice. We also tried the empanadas and were delicious!

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed September 10, 2019

The kitty was very friendly but a 45 minute wait for fish fingers and a chifrijo is absurd. The fresh drinks are recommended.

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed July 7, 2019

This is a restaurant next to the crocodile bridge, so it's very convenient to stop and get something to eat, and go to the bridge to see the crocs. You can also visit the shops around. The food is really good and very affordable.

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed April 14, 2019

The little diner and souvenir shop is one reason to stop here, but the real reason is looking down onto the Tarcoles River from the bridge to see the crocodiles. They are numerous and HUGE! It's really an incredible sight. We bought a neat little...hand carved toucan for our son here ... he always gets to pick one souvenir on a week long trip to a new country, and he wanted a toucan. This is where we found the nicest and least expensive one of all our stops through Costa Rica. We parked on the west side of HIghway 34 (across from Los Cocodrilos) and bought a fresh fruit smoothie (amazing!) and then walked down the bridge to see the crocs. Ignore all the guys trying to get a $1 from you to park. If you park at the restaurant or smoothie stand across the road, there's no charge to park. Just make sure you buy something from them. They appreciate it, and they are certainly less well off than we are.More

Date of visit: May 2018
Reviewed February 24, 2019

Our driver stopped here on the way to Manuel Antonio, and it was wonderful. Excellent Tico breakfast, and remarkably diverse market for fruits and snacks, including every conceivable variation on dried plantains.

Date of visit: March 2018
Reviewed February 17, 2019 via mobile

Stopped here for shelter and lunch on our way to Quepos. Food was good and the staff were friendly. Pork Casado tasted great. Finally had a break in the rain and went on the bridge to see the crocodiles. Great view but be careful on...the bridge!More

Date of visit: December 2018
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Response from mtcphotography | Reviewed this property |
I too do not remember any cabins or mention of them :)
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