Other posts from our Costa Rican honeymoon: Soda y Restaurante Viquez @ La Fortuna, Chifa La Familia Feliz @ La Fortuna, Rainforest Cafe @ La Fortuna, Tico y Pico @ Santa Elena, Bistro Bon Appetit @ Santa Elena, Balu’s Beach Bar @ Manuel Antonio, Falafel Bar @ Manuel Antonio, Parque Sushi @ Manuel Antonio, Marlin Restaurant @ Manuel Antonio, Pops @ Quepos, Soda Sanchez @ Quepos
Headed to Parque Sushi right after exiting the Manuel Antonio National Park. We were past our peak of hunger at this point (about 3.30pm), and so we wanted somewhere to just chill off, eat a little, and rest a little before heading back to the hotel. Parque Sushi is situated right at the entrance of Manuel Antonio National Park. When exiting the park, the little restaurant will be on your left.
We didn’t feel like having sushi, so we ordered a soursop shake and a chicken casado to share! They comped our soursop shake for whatever reason, so thank you!
Here’s part of the menu! They serve Filipino food too!
Soursop Shake – 1000 colones/US$2: Very sweet and refreshing! Made from real soursops!
Chicken Casado – 3000 colones/US$6: This casado was quite good! The chicken looks bland, but was in fact perfectly seasoned and quite moist. 2nd favorite chicken casado of the trip! The plantains were actually bananas. I liked that variation. Bananas were slightly sweeter! Yum!
Address: Entrance of Manuel Antonio National Park. When entering, it is on your right.
Price Range: $ (Less than $10 per person)