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Puerto Jimenez

Restaurants on Osa Peninsula

Delfines Restaurant on the Osa

DELFINES ON THE BEACH

RESTAURANT & BAR

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Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Marbella

MARBELLA ON THE WATER

SEAFOOD

+50627355481

Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Marisqueria

MARISQUERIA ON THE WATER

SEAFOOD AND STEAKS

+506 2735-5659

Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Rinconcito

RINCONCITO IN TOWN

LOCAL MENU

+506 2735-5908

Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Hellens

HELLEN’S IN TOWN

DELI & BAKERY

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Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Pizza Mail It

PIZZA MAIL IT IN TOWN

PIZZA & PASTA

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Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Carolina

CAROLINA IN TOWN

ITALIAN

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Puerto Jimenez Restaurant La Terraza

LA TERRAZA IN TOWN

LOCAL MENU

+506 2735-5032

Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Vero

VERO IN TOWN

LOCAL MENU

Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Delphines Blanco

DELFIN BLANCO IN TOWN

CHINESE

+506 2735-5998

Puerto Jimenez Restaurant Monka Coffee

MONKA IN TOWN

CAFE

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LA TRIBU

LOCAL MENU

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Puerto Jimenez

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Karen Vega Sushi

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Osa Parrillada Barbecue

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Greivin’s Sushi

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The Osa Peninsula Soda

Sodas are what Costa Ricans call their local Costa Rican restaurant and are normally small, ‘mom and pop’ open air restaurants. They serve only traditional Costa Rican food and it’s the best place to experience eating out like a local! Most of the Osa Sodas are name after the woman who run them. And this is often where you find the best casado.

Puerto Jimenez Soda
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In Puerto Jimenez we have a service called ExPress. They are small delivery companies that will get you almost anything you need and deliver it to your location for a resonable charge.

ExPress DUNIA Delivery Service

506 2735 5555

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ExPress Huguito

506 6394 0684

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The Casado

The casado is a Costa Rican meal using rice, black beans, plantains, salad, a tortilla, and an optional protein source such as chicken, beef, pork, fish and so on.

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The term may have originated when restaurant customers asked to be treated as casados, since married men ate such meals at home. Restaurants on Osa Peninsula, as well as the sodas, all have something special when it comes to the casado. 

Bocas

Bocas or boquitas, are Costa Rican-style appetizers, usually consisting of a small snack item or portion of a dish typically served at a main meal.

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Bocas are a cultural item as much as a food item and an experience in and of themselves. The restaurants on tha Osa Peninsula often have a special boca depending on season.

Ceviche

Also know as  cebiche, seviche, or sebiche is a South American seafood dish that originated in Peru and has been adopted by Costa Rica.

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Typically made from fresh raw fish cured in fresh citrus juices, most commonly lemon or lime, but historically made with the juice of bitter orange. Many of the restaurants on Osa Peninsula serve fresh ceviche as Puerto Jimenez lies on the Golfo Dulce with access to the Pacific Ocean and ‘ocean to plate’ seafood.

Plantains

Restaurants on Osa Peninsula serve local plantains as they are a stable food in the tropical regions of the world, ranking as the tenth most important staple food in the world.

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Mature, yellow plantains can be peeled like typical dessert bananas; the pulp is softer than in immature, green fruit and some of the starch has been converted to sugar. They can be eaten raw, but are not as flavourful as dessert bananas, so are usually cooked. When yellow plantains are fried, they tend to caramelize, turning a golden-brown color. They can also be boiled, baked, or grilled over charcoal, either peeled or unpeeled.

Gallo Pinto

Gallo Pinto has a literal meaning of “spotted rooster”, is the national dish of Costa Rica. It consists of rice and beans stir-fried together in a pan to create a speckled appearance.

Read More about Gallo Pinto

It is usually served for breakfast along with scrambled or fried eggs and sour cream or cheese.  Seasonings in the mixture of rice and red or black beans include cilantro, red pepper, onion, celery, and Salsa Lizano. 

Outside Our Village of Puerto Jimenez

Restaurants on Osa Peninsula

Osa Peninsula Restaurants The Pearl

+506-8829-5865

Osa Peninsula Restaurant La Cuna

+1 973-204-2035

Osa Peninsula Restaurants

+506-6095-3421

Osa Peninsula Restaurants

+506-8310-6304

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