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One of the best places to eat in West Palm Beach. The food, service and scene is exactly what I like- clean, professional, but not over the top. Located very close to Flagler Drive- long nice walk along the Inter-coastal. 5/5 stars!
Best cheese Danish. Friendly, courteous staff. Can't wait to try their bagels, bialys and other goodies!
the food is good,taste like an authentic nicaraguan food but the people who work there are rude and apparently don't have any customer appreciation. the prices are not on the menu and you don't know what you are being charged for.
I asked chancho Frito and because they were out of it, decided to serve me chancho al caldillo. When I asked to talk to management, they denied to tell me who it was I needed to talk to. A lady past bay and asked what the problEm was, I explained, the lady told me that was how they served chancho Frito. Long story short, typical Nicaraguan service,trying to slide one by. poor restaurant serve by kitchen staff. What happened to customers is always right? Didn't even bother to accommodate their customer. Real nica experience
Authentic Nicaraguan food. Fresh and delicious :)
Best in town. Sunday brunch is great and dinner there awesome. Never a bad experience
The food is great!1 The service not so great. They don't have a sense of customer service. They are disorganized. I would like for them to print menus that describe the food and that shows the price as they do the math in their head and you don't know if they charged you the correct amount cuz you don't know the prices. Having a menu would definetely help them market people from other countries, not just us Nicaraguans. I want to see them succeed, but they definetely need to make a few changes.
Finally here no more trips to Miami for great food, best thing ever ate there was carne asada, everything was authentic to my loved country
Nicaraguan food, good quality. The place to foundCARNE ASADA,....(meat on the grill)....with....GALLO PINTO, ( Nicaraguan mix of red beans and rice, with a touch of flavor)
Don't stand behind the product they sell to Lowes and Home Depot...customer service a joke too!!