Central Pacific Coast Restaurants



El Mirador Restaurant

El Mirador Restaurant Review

White tablecloths, glass walls, and yellow-and-blue-checked curtains contribute to the sophisticated but not overly stuffy atmosphere of this hotel dining room. Expensive prix-fixe meals include your choice of appetizer, main dish, and dessert. Appetizers range from the traditional escargots to a shrimp and lobster bisque. The entrées include beef tenderloin with a red wine and espresso sauce, jumbo shrimp sautéed with coconut and vanilla, and a combination of a veal chop and roasted duck. A covered terrace below the restaurant is popular for sunset viewing over a cocktail, and offers a tapas menu that is much less expensive than choices in the main restaurant. The extensive wine list includes several blends from the region.

    Restaurant Details

  • no breakfast or lunch.
Updated: 04-08-2013

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