Fodor's Expert Review Restaurante Chubascos

$$ Poas Volcano National Park Costa Rican

Dine amid tall pines and colorful flowers on the upper slopes of Poás Volcano. There’s a small menu of traditional Tico dishes that includes platters of gallos (homemade tortillas with meat, cheese, or potato filling) as well as delicious daily specials. The refrescos (fresh fruit drinks) are top-drawer, especially the ones made from locally grown fresas (strawberries) and moras (blackberries) blended with milk.

Costa Rican Casual Lunch Breakfast $$

Quick Facts

Poás Volcán National Park, Alajuela  20801, Costa Rica

2482–2280

www.facebook.com/chubascos.co.cr

Known For:
  • Terrific Tico cooking
  • Refreshing fruit drinks
  • Pleasant countryside setting
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Tues. No dinner

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