Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in La Laguna de Apoyo including Ceviche y cocteles El Pollo, Restaurante Che Gris, Miss Dell's Kitchen, La Claraboya, Las Colinas, La Sazun De Las Lugo
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This place was a great stop on the way to Granada. I ordered a shrimp cocktail and a seafood soup. both were excellent! Very happy with my meal.
4 based on 131 reviews
Like many others we had read about Las Colinas as the place for the river fish Guapote. It didn't disappoint. Meaty fish that had been de-boned and fried. Thin crisp skin and succulent white fish within. Served with fires, rice, salad and a sweet and sour and style vegetable topping. Choose your fish size- we picked a medium and shared. The fish may be incredibly ugly, that doesn't matter though. It reminded me of snapper in texture. The restaurant was virtually empty but we were there for a very early dinner. Short cab ride out of town. Previous reviews cited the black sand floor as a criticism, this seemed misplaced to us and not really worth all the comments it's had. We would recommend and return.
4 based on 258 reviews
Fusion Cuisine Restaurant. We offer a variety of dishes. Meats, fish, shrimps, pasta, pork and chicken. We have an excellent offer of wines. Try the best food experience in Granada with the best customer service. If you love meat La Claraboya is the best
It's just a street away from the hustle of the main restaurant road. We received complimentary empanadas to taste. They were delicious. The food was very flavorful and the service was excellent.
5 based on 85 reviews
Miss Dell's has reopened for our second season! Our menu features a variety of different cuisines inspired from our travels all over the world. We especially like to cook rustic-style seafood stews such as Bahamian Chowder and Portuguese Cataplana, Piri-P
Was one of our favorite meals in Nica. We stopped in the night before we wanted to have dinner to ask if they has vegan option for my husband and I. The chef listed options and said he'd see what he had in his garden as well. When we arrived the next day, we we're pleasantly suprised with a 4 course vegan menu he created just for us. Every dish was amazing and he personally deilvered and explained every dish to us. Couldn't reccomend enough!Thank you for your visit!I realize that vegetarians and vegans mostly get treated like second class citizens when it comes to restaurant meals so we decided to go the opposite route. Since we had a day's advance notice we decided why not surprise them with a four-course meal instead of a single sub par plate of steamed veggies.Your challenge has inspired us to do even more for the non-meat eaters among us!Regards,Bob y Kenia
4 based on 22 reviews
Stopped here during a day trip to Nicaragua. Food was good and the service was quick. Great location near the market.
4 based on 84 reviews
We visited Ceviche y Cocteles in 2013 before the establishment hit it big in the guidebooks and here on TA. We returned in June 2016 and our experience was less than pleasant. The owner of the establishment is an older woman who lords over the location with an iron fist and permanent frown. All transactions take place out of the purse welded to her side. If she doesn't care for you she'll do passive aggressive things such as move tables around to make it clear they aren't for you (which will then subsequently sit empty) and throw dishwater from washing fruits and vegetables on the ground near or under your table to get you to leave towards the end of the day. There are a lot of other locations within the square that serve good food to a more local clientele without the attitude and with a much friendlier vibe. If I were returning I'd put my guidebook down and skip ceviche y cocteles and head to the location right next door which serves authentic grilled meats and mondongo soups. Or, try a place at any of the other three buildings with restaurants.
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