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Costa Rica Dining, Restaurants, Food
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Costa Rica Dining, Restaurants, Food
Costa Rica dining does not have to mean rice and beans for breakfast, lunch and dinner! And you don't have to eat in hotels or resorts to find great Costa Rica dining here. Just travel along Paseo Colon in San Jose and try this trio of international restaurants. The Paseo Colon area, a few blocks east of Parque Sabana, is somewhat reminiscent of Manhattan’s...

A World Class Peruvian Restaurant: Machu Picchu
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A World Class Peruvian Restaurant: Machu Picchu
Peruvian food is featured in many Costa Rican restaurants, and Machu Picchu is one of the best in San Jose; it's as popular with locals as with tourists. So much so that this Peruvian restaurant off Paseo Colon on the west side of town is often crowded and noisy during lunch hours. (We suggest dining from 7 PM on for the most pleasurable dining experience). The...

Peruvian Restaurants in Costa Rica
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Peruvian Restaurants in Costa Rica
For an exotic meal, try the Peruvian restaurants in Costa Rica. San Jose has many of the top Peruvian restaurants in Costa Rica, but you will also find them in certain beach towns. Many of the seafood dishes are based on corvina, or sea bass. But try the cold appetizers with spicy onions, and you will be amazed at what can be done with a potato! Peruvian...

Costa Rica Restaurants: San Jose
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Costa Rica Restaurants: San Jose
Restaurants in San Jose, Costa Rica, offer dining opportunities that span the globe. From sushi to Italian, from fast food to French cuisine to Argentine beef to Peruvian seafood, you will find far more than just rice and beans in local restaurants. Sushi and Asian Dining in San Jose, Costa Rica Three downtown restaurants offer sushi. Goyi is easy to spot -...

Our Information on Costa Rica Restaurants
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Our Information on Costa Rica Restaurants
We get our information on restaurants in Costa Rica -- such as Ronny's, the new place on the hill in Manuel Antonio – from our own experience and from people who live here. Not from travel writers and authors of guide books, who visit maybe once a year and rarely have the time to truly get to know the dining scene in this country. North Americans and Europeans...

Rainforest Restaurants in Manuel Antonio
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Rainforest Restaurants in Manuel Antonio
Manuel Antonio restaurants are not limited to those in the resorts and hotels of this central Pacific hideaway. You will discover a vast variety of places to eat, from a rustic chicken shack to elegant dining on lobster with a view of the rainforest. Pizza is popular, and there are plenty of budget places to eat in Quepos. You will find fewer bargains in Manuel...

Restaurants in Manuel Antonio: Ambrosia
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Restaurants in Manuel Antonio: Ambrosia
With a terrace view of towering trees and the occasional monkey, Ambrosia is a new restaurant in Manuel Antonio (since early 2005). The variety of sandwiches and fruit smoothies at this new restaurant present a tasty lunch time alternative to dining on pizza or roast chicken. Sandwiches range from The Cuban (roast pork marinated in mojo) to Philly Cheesesteaks...

 
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