Decorated with vintage photos of early-20th-century buildings and landscapes, this upscale restaurant also documents the disastrous 1910 earthquake that rocked this area and all but destroyed the colonial capital of Cartago. The menu is predominantly Costa Rican, with such traditional specialties as trucha (trout) and rice with chicken, along with some more-sophisticated dishes, like corvina (sea bass) fillet with a coconut liqueur sauce. The Sunday típico
buffet is a great introduction to Costa Rican cooking.
Road to Parque Nacional Volcán Irazú, 300 m north of Cot–Pacayas turnoff, Volcán Irazú National Park, 30101, Costa Rica