The place was desolating: we only had french ries and beers since the plates of other guests looked very untasty.
We went here when the restaurant we planned to go to was closed on Mondays. The staff was nice but the food was just average. The prices were inexpensive.
Ate dinner here and had a pleasant experience. Most entrees come with a pile of rice and beans, some also with fries. Mahi mahi and chicken dishes were good. The restaurant was full of locals, so you will get a good feel for local culture.
We came here the second night of our trip, after meeting some locals that showed us around, we ended up stopping at Kikes for dinner and drinks!! The food was great, super friendly atmosphere.... We had the shrimp and rice and it was a huge meal! We also played pool and met a lot more local people here... all in... 更多
It's a local place with regulars and visitors and people who are staying at the property. It's an eclectic mix of customers that fits the description as the place to go in Playa Grande. Menu is varied and includes hamburgers along with more typical fare. Food is good and reasonably priced and the service comes with a smile! Check it... 更多
We had the shrimp ceviche + the sauted sea bass which were very nice. Quality of shrimp in the ceviche was very very nice and it still remains one of our favorite from the trip.
This restaurant serves Costa Rican food. Nothing fancy but very, very good food. It feels like Costa Rica, it takes like Costa Rica. If you want upscale or fancy eating, this is probably not your place.
We stopped here for dinner and it was definitely the hot spot for the locals. We were welcomed warmly, and enjoyed a great Costa Rican meal in the hustle and bustle of a weekend night. If you are looking for a bar atmosphere, I'd start here.
I had my first Costa Rican breakfast here yesterday. The food was simple, but very tasty. Great French toast! And the coffee was delicious. Be prepared to wait as the food slowly leaves the kitchen, but it that bothers you, why are you in Costa Rica anyway?
Relaxed atmosphere, good food. Our group of seven ate here twice during our week in Playa Grande. The highlight was likely the Mahi Mahi casada (national dish that includes rice and beans, salad and at least one other thing). The second time we went, the only fish they had was turbot and it wasn't nearly as good (likely frozen).