This simple open-air restaurant has a stunning location, clinging to a steep hillside with a perfect view of the Pacific over a patch of thick rainforest. The hillside is so steep the dining rooms are terraced (hence the name) and spread over three floors connected by steep steps. The menu features a host of Tico and international classics and is heavy on fresh seafood. I recommend the excellent ceviche as a starter, followed by a casado of fish, chicken, or beef. More worldly options include seared tuna with a ginger, soy, and wasabi sauce, or the bacon-wrapped tenderloin in a fresh mushroom sauce.