If you're looking for authentic and tasty Nicaraguan food this is the place to go. Be warned that it's very casual and cafeteria style. My favorite is the plate that comes with carne asada, pork, gallo pinto (rice and beans mixed together), fried green and brown plantains, cabbage salad, and fried cheese. Nicaraguan restaurants tend to over cook their meat but the carne asada and pork are always tender and juicy here. If this is your first time trying Nicaragua food, you have to have a bite of everything at once. Otherwise the taste will be too bland or strong (e.g. salad). My favorite drink is 'Cacao' (chilled milk blended w/ 100% cocoa powder). The desserts are very good but tend to be on the sweet side.
If you're into heavy food, thi is the spot. If you grew up on Nicoya food then you know what I'm talking about. Beans, rice, steak, pork, fried cheese, plantains.
You'll either like or you want. For those seeking Caribbean style food, this is definitely a must try.
We loved the Baho and Typical Nicaraguan dish. Huge lunch plates so be ready to share with someone. The desserts are the best. Try out the Borrachitas and Bu�uelos (yuca con queso molido). If you like authentic Nicaraguan drinks try out: Cacao, Semilla de Jicaro or Pitaya.
This Rodeway Inn is located approximately one mile from Union Square and 12 miles from San Francisco International Airport. Also
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The view of San Francisco from this funky little cafe is worth checking out. It features a courtyard with a
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5 Star location!Free Breakfast daily.Free internet/Wi Fi. We are the most centrally located hostel in San Francisco. From the airport,
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