A foodie's guide to eating (and foraging and making chocolate) in Costa Rica

Where to eat in San Jose, Ojochal and our favorite Pacific beach towns

A typical Costa Rican breakfast, served with gallo pinto, a mix of beans and rice served at many meals. We enjoyed this at a roadside restaurant called Nuestro Pueblo in a town called Quebrada Amarilla.

Ceviche, coffee and chocolate aren’t the only things to eat in Costa Rica.

If you go, make sure you have patacones, a casado plate and a papaya shake.

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