This place is an institution, it has been open for over 40 years serving most typical dishes like arroz con pollo, salads, olla de carne, other soups like crema de tomate, liquors, coffee, natural drinks, and specialties that they are famous for like cheesecake with mora, orejas, tortilla con queso, agua dulce. The scenery is at 1800m altitud, tropical cloud forest, with manicured gardens with name tags on a variety of plants. In their property you can take a short trail walk through the forest down to the river, and if you don't feel like driving anymore and want to stay the night, you can stay in one of their four nicely decorated cabins with Cuisinart coffee maker, balcony overlooking their gardens, and breakfast is included for around 40mil colones. Their only defect? Celiac's can't eat there because of cross contamination with gluten. We miss that place dearly, it was our favorite restaurant, but now we can't go back there to eat since our Celiac disease diagnosis. On weekends it gets packed, and f you are not there by 12 noon sharp or before then, you will go on a waiting list that could easily turn into an hour. Weekdays, no problem. They close earlier around 5-6pm
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