I had a really good, crisp glass of sauvignon blanc here and we were given a plate full of fresh, homemade breads while we looked at the menu. The breads were delicious! There was a sun-dried tomato, olive and wholemeal bread which were perfect in flavour and texture. (Good bread seems to be rare in this part of the world so when we find it we get very excited!)
My starter was an avocado filled with tuna and crisp vegetables like celery, pepper, spring onion etc. It was really scrumptious! I could have had more and had it as my main dish it was so fresh and healthy tasting. Avocados are fairly expensive to buy in Costa Rica and Nicaragua so I had been craving them for a while. James ordered the bruschetta which was also very tasty although not the best we’ve had.
For main we ordered a creamy ravioli pasta with bacon and a bolognaise pizza. They were both very tasty but perhaps a little too rich. We did not finish either portion due to this factor. Bolognaise pizza was new to me and I did really like it although the sauce had made the base slightly soggy.
All in all, a great restaurant for a special occasion.