The decor is limited to illuminated plastic fish, ceramic mobiles, potted palms, and colorful tablecloths, but this simple blue wooden structure propped on the hillside has a pleasant view of treetops and the sea below. The fresh seafood, caught each morning by one of the cooks, is what draws the crowds. You might start with sashimi or seafood soup, and move on to one of the popular entrées: grilled tuna with peppers and onions, lobster in a brandy sauce, the humongous mariscada—a sautéed seafood platter for two—or one of the surf-and-turf options.
East side of road, 100 m north of Manuel Antonio Elementary School, Manuel Antonio, 60601, Costa Rica
Sep 14, 2009
We enjoyed our seafood platter for 2, it was way more food than we could eat, but the service was so painfully slow and it seemed a bit expensive for what you actually got in the end. We would return though, as the waiters were very friendly and we did enjoy our food!