Restaurante Hong Kong is our longest standing choice for regional specialties and traditional Chinese fare. Family owned and operated since 1983. Favorites include Won Ton Soup, Beef & Broccoli, Stuffed Fish or Chicken, and Sweet & Sour Chicken. Delivery upon request to 'in town' locations for c1,000. Casual atmosphere is "kid friendly". Lunch and Dinner. 

Samoa del Sur is in a very spacious and ventilated area overlooking the entry to Golfito Bay and is a great place for watching vessels as they enter and leave port. The restaurant specializes in seafood dishes and specialty pizzas. They also offer a wide variety of international and national dishes from pasta to pepper steak. Their unique bar, shaped like a sailboat, is located in the center of the restaurant and offers festive tiki bar and traditional drinks. Lunch and Dinner.


harbor and island views from their dining room and bar. Enjoy a comfortable and casual atmosphere with an international mix of popular menu selections from seafood to burgers. Their menu offers to cook up your catch of the day if you've been lucky fishing! Full bar with great appetizers make this a favorite choice for enjoying Golfito's sunsets. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Hike Corcovado National Park, paddle up the Mangrove Rivers, and watch Dolphins and Turtles (and the occasional Humpback Whale) swim next to your kayak. You’ll experience the best of super-natural Costa Rica on this tropical adventure, and taste the natural flavors of the Costa Rican cuisine; all while staying at 3 beautiful and comfortable eco-lodges.

Soda El Muellecito is a perpetual local favorite where the ferry boats to Puerto Jimenez pull in and taxi boats for hire come and go daily. Those who reside out along the Golfo Dulce coast often moor their boats at the ramp alongside here while shopping in town- appreciating the convenience in this rendezvous spot. A central stopover for a quick coffee with home-style Costa Rican typical foods prepared exactly as a 'Tico Mama' would.   Breakfast and Lunch.
We were told by the locals of a good place to get "pescado entero" (a full fish-fried whole) and this was definitely good advice! They said the fish were "small" so they gave us two for the price of one...way more than we could eat! The ambiance was very nice, the service friendly and the prices and food both good. Would definitely recommend it and I'd definitely go back to try something else on the menu! The only issue we had, which is obviously not the restaurants fault, is we got eaten alive by mosquitos (through our clothes even). They're obviously aware of it as they lit mosquito coils all around us...very nice of them to do that. :-)
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