Find out what Contemporary restaurants to try in Playa Junquillal including La Ventana, Blu, La Plumeria, Cala Luna Restaurant And Bar
5 based on 98 reviews
The real deal...Organic, whole foods made with love using the best local ingredients available, always! Vegetarian and vegan friendly, but also serving delicious, satisfying breakfast and lunches for every diet! Homemade sweet treats, superfood smoothies
We recently rented a home and had Jen cater in 3 meals along with some snacks and desert items! So grateful we choose this route! The food was delicious and worth the price - especially given the meals were delivered right to our kitchen! Lots of items to choose from, we had a group of 8 people and everyone was happy! No risk at all working with Jen, would highly recommend!Thanks so much for leaving a review, I appreciate it!
5 based on 83 reviews
We dined here last week and it was delicious as usual. The snapper taco is perfectly prepared, such thickness of the filet and perfect battered crunch per bite.. no skimp here. So yummy . The veggie pizza was so good , super cheesy and full of veggies. Nice wine and cocktails. Great find. Super close to j w Marriott so venture out the gates and taste the unique restaurants near by.
4 based on 148 reviews
The scenery is majestic, and the architecture and ambiance reflect the vibrant heritage and distinctive character of Costa Rica. Jardin del Eden's exclusive enclave combines an intimate boutique hotel and truly unsurpassed amenities, including an acclaime
We ate nearly all our meals at La Plumeria during a five night stay at Jardin del Eden. This hotel offers a half board (2 meal) option, but just be sure to confirm that your rate and your booking actually includes it as I don’t think it’s automatic. The buffet breakfasts, which I think are always included, are bountiful and phenomenal. These include a rotation of fresh tropical fruit juices, a huge selection of fruits, such as papaya, pineapple, lychee, bananas, kiwis, unsweetened house made fruit yogurts, all types of breads, homemade and delicious tropical fruit jams, sweet and savory pastries,pinto gallo rice, meats such as chicken or beef, cold cuts, an egg made -to -order station, and a silver ice bucket of cava , ready for mimosas. The open air atmosphere is tranquil, lovely and sunlit during the morning, with bird calls and monkey howls, and romantic with low tea candles at night. A soundtrack of soft jazz plays all day/eve. There are three or four different dining room sections, including two poolside tables, and a comfy living room with six tables for 2, separated by a little foot bridge over a koi pond fountain. At lunch, the menu is a la carte, and choices include excellent tiradito and ceviche, shrimp, chicken, salads, and really good burgers. If you’re staying at the hotel, after breakfast you’re asked to choose your evening meal appetizers and entrees from a choice of two selections each, and one dessert is offered each day. During our stay there were a couple of fresh fish dishes, shrimp kebabs, veal, steak, rice and always well prepared fresh veggies. For starters we enjoyed refined soups such as tomato and pineapple creamy gazpachos, and desserts such as churros, passion fruit mousse and pannacotta. The plates were often decorated with a creative brush stroke of fruit or beet purée, and the chef’s overall skill with fine dicing , careful prep and execution is evident in each dish. The portions are on the smaller side, but more than adequate. There is also a full wine list, with some really nice offerings from Peru, Argentina and Chile. Cocktails include all the tropical rum and tequila based cocktails you’d expect, as well as the local guaro sugarcane liquor. After your relaxing dinner you can relax even more with the Costa Rican liqueur, caffe Rica. Breakfast is served from 7am -10am, Dinner from 7-9pm. ( I suggest making earlier reservations (before 8) for more attentive and prompter service, as we noticed a lag between courses after 8pm)
4 based on 90 reviews
Cuisines: International, Organic, Sustainable, Seafood, Pan-Tropical, Farm-to-table and Artisan fishing ingredients as hallmarks Good for: Romantic, Special Occasion Dining, Fine Dining, Small Groups Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch Spot, Dinner, Private
Was sadly disappointed with this restaurants food and service. They are definitely amateurs when it comes to fine dining. The service was meh, the menu had things listed that were not available . The food was just ok, but definitely nothing special. I expected so much more from a beautiful property. They definitely have potential but should consult with an expert on how to serve at such an upscale atmosphere .
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