Best Mediterranean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mediterranean food in Playa Hermosa. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mediterranean restaurants near you.. An increasingly upscale village, Playa Hermosa overlooks the Gulf of Papagayo and enjoys a pleasant, tropical climate and family-friendly beaches. Abundant water activities include sport fishing, sailing, scuba diving or snorkeling and leisurely sunset catamaran tours. You and your family will also want to visit the area’s national parks. Try a combination of popular local tours – a full day of horseback riding, swimming and lunch at the Volcan Miravalles National Park or an adventurous Canopy Tour to experience Costa Rica’s ecosystems.Just 10 minutes from Playa Hermosa, the lively village of Coco offers a delightful mix of entertainment and shopping. Bars and discos surround Coco’s central plaza. You might even visit a casino to try your hand at Blackjack or roulette. In Playa Hermosa, stop in for lunch at Laberinto on the beach, and you’ll enjoy an unusual meal at Ginger, an open-air tapas bar on stilts. The wild ginger grows beneath the bar, and the chefs create some very tasty and exotic meals. Try the Upper Deck Sports Bar and Restaurant for a colorful combination of televised sports, cold beer, good food and a pet orphan monkey!
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4 based on 20 reviews
Typical Mediterranean cuisine from the great south of Italy and official napolitan pizza. We will be waiting for you to come to try our specialities.
The food is really good. The eggplant parm is delicious. The calzone is authentic. The service is friendly but unfortunately the kitchen is hard pressed to get out meals for large groups. Some at our table had already finished by the time others were being served. We have gone with small groups and didnât have any problem. They are new to Coco and really deserve to succeed so give them a try. You wonât be disappointed
5 based on 41 reviews
The real Sicilian cuisine has arrived at Playas del Coco. All the flavors, aromas and colors of Mediterranean cuisine. A restaurant where you can spend wonderful evening with your friends or with your family. Excellent Italian wines.
First the positives - great location right on the beach with a very open air set up which keeps you cool on even a hot day, nice and peaceful decorations with a friendly greeter the day we visited. We went for lunch during high season and I know that is a more challenging time for any restaurant, but this really missed the mark. I had eggplant parmesan which consisted of three to four pieces of thick sliced eggplant covered in mozzarella cheese and red sauce baked... never mind the fact the menu said it was breaded (it wasnât). The eggplant skin was so tough I could barely cut it with the knife. The accompanying veggies side was cold. Oh, did we mention that was the best meal of the three! The ravioli was terrible and the kids tried to order pasta with red sauce but instead got a seafood white sauce pasta dish with a bunch of mussels (this was an honest mistake due to a language barrier with the waitress - I should have said âsauca rojaâ when I ordered instead of marinara as they have a dish called marisco which is what she heard instead). Now - my son happens to like mussels anyway so he tried it (as did my wife) but it too missed the mark. Where the restaurant finally degraded to a 1 star in my book is when I said *in Spanish* that we wanted just red sauce and pasta (and pointed to the two ingredients already on our table in the other dishes) and the waitress said the kitchen couldnât do that... never mind the fact both the ravoli and my eggplant came with red sauce and their were obviously noodles as my sonâs mistaken dish. After 5-10 minutes more, the waitress came back and changed the comment from the kitchen to they would now do it but we had already asked for the check. To add insult to injury on this As I was paying, I saw the kitchen cooking and watch a chef attempt to add spice to a sautÃ© pan full of something and accidentally dump 1/4 of one of those big spice containers we all have at home in the pan (at least a 1/2 of cup of the spice!). Seemingly unbothered by the massive over addition of spice, she scooped some out and kept on cooking. Yes, we have all done something similar, but it speaks to the focus is on getting food OUT not on serving GOOD food. The owners should remind their staff that with sites like trip advisor, tourist restaurant can no longer solely count on location to bring in business. You must care about the experience - even if the guest may never come back.
Open all day from Mid December to easter for Breakfast ,Lunch and Dinner. April 15 to Dec 1st open for Breakfast only. Restaurant Villa del SueÃ±o Food prepared with passion and care. Starting with our house baked sourdough bread and ending with our desser
Restraunt has a special on their pepper steak on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, open air deck and bar,gardens.has breakfast lunch and dinner during high season Reservations a good idea on music nightsThank you for your review frannie1155040.
4 based on 91 reviews
Restaurant Villa del Sueno Food prepared with passion and care. Starting with our house baked sourdough bread and ending with our dessert menu, experience only the best natural ingredients in every bite. Expect a Mediterranean whisper on our signature dis
The restaurant at Villa del Suenos is a superb fine dining experience with excellent service, food quality and flavors. The atmosphere & staff are extra special with such a tropical, European feel, very classic. I had the Filet Mignon and it was cooked to perfection and the garnish of oven roasted tomatoes exploded with flavor on my palette. And if you are able to be there for live music on Friday's, that's an extra special treat!Dear Pamela Thanks you for your review
4 based on 167 reviews
Everyday Greek Food. Marinated Grilled Meats and Fresh Seafood, Fresh Salads, Rice, Potatoes, Gyros and all the Greek staples. Home made Pita bread and Mediterranean Desserts. Vegetarians Options, Red and White Wines, Beer and Sangria made from Scratch.
Located in Coco Bay Estates, Santorini is a popular dining destination and deservedly so. The service is welcoming and attentive, and the offering is an intriguing mix of local, Greek and Middle Eastern cuisine.We went on a Wednesday, and the deal is that a couple can pick from a selection of 8 options and pay $22 (total). We had the moussaka/salad and the catch of the day with vegetables/potatoes. Both were very good.
4 based on 723 reviews
At the main entrance of the Casino and Hotel Coco Beach, 1 1/2 blocks from the beach. Look for the lime green LeCoq sign. Only closed Sundays.
The Service is Excellent, staff is friendly, ( english speaking) . Food is Freshly made, large portions. Great Natural Drinks - I love the iced tea, variety of meal choices. The Best hummus I have ever had. delicious wraps and plate dishes, very healthy food
5 based on 199 reviews
Restaurant and showroom located 100 meters from the beach in Playas del Coco. Decorated by local artists. With vegan options, gluten free, European breakfast, and our specialty, the Spanish tapas and smoked salmon. Our bread is homemade.
My husband and I went for dinner and I have to say it was REALLY good. We had 2 smoked salmon croquets, 2 pinchos each of smoked sea bass and chirizo with cheese and then we shared a ration of their Cajun sea bass with potatoes alioli and a bottle of wine. Everything was excellent! The sea bass was salty but that just fine with me! They also brought us a starter tapa at no charge. The bill came to about $50 Canadian. The service and the timing of the plates were perfect and we left fully satisfied.
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