Central Valley Restaurants

Growing Escazú has become as metropolitan as San José and has the restaurant selection to prove it. Elsewhere, as befits this cradle of the country's tradition, typical Costa Rican cuisine still reigns.

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  • 1. La Divina Comida

    $$$$ | Peruvian

    The country’s top Peruvian restaurant uses fresh local ingredients to recreate Peru’s greatest hits, served with style. A variety of ceviches...Read More

  • 2. Taj Mahal


    This burst of northern Indian flavor is a surprising treat. Richly swathed in warm fuchsias, red ochers, and golds, the mansion's dining area sprawls through...Read More

  • 3. Barbecue Los Anonos


    Costa Ricans flock here to enjoy Los Anonos’ family-friendly grill fest. Your best bet is the grilled meat, and there is plenty to choose from,...Read More

  • 4. Búlali

    $$ | Café

    The name means “honey” in Costa Rica’s indigenous Bribri language, and that—rather than refined sugar—provides the added sweetness to the baked...Read More

  • 5. Gallo Rojo

    $$ | Asian

    An upscale tour of the street food of east and southeast Asia focuses primarily on the owner’s mother’s native Taiwan, with flavors from Japan...Read More

  • 6. Le Monastère


    This monastery-themed formal restaurant high in the hills has a great view of the Central Valley. The dining room is dressed up in antiques, with...Read More

  • 7. Plaza España


    Generous portions of Spanish tapas and entrées draw diners to this whitewashed adobe house up the hill near San Antonio de Escazú. Presentation isn't the...Read More

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