British chef Richard Neat has long been a beloved fixture in San Jose’s culinary scene. He ran a two-star Michelin restaurant in London before moving to Costa Rica, and was primarily cooking out of a hybrid antiques and decorative arts shop/restaurant for several years until making a pandemic-influenced U-turn to open this more casual spot in late 2021. The menu is light and playful, weaving together classic European and Costa Rican flavors, with items like a ceviche made from red snapper and passionfruit, and an exquisite squash and prosciutto ravioli. Come either for a full meal, or for just a tipple and a nibble—cocktails in the open-air dining area or patio, accompanied by chefy snacks, are a real treat here.
San Jose, Costa Rica
San Jose, Costa Rica› Restaurant
Boulevard de Rohrmoser, between Calle 78 and Calle 80 Nunciatura
Our Rating Neighborhood Nunciatura Hours .Daily 9am–9pm Phone 6346-4707 Prices Main courses C4,200–C8,400 Cuisine Type Fusion Web site PARC Nunciatura
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