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Costa Rica is a country known for its rich biodiversity and stunning landscapes, but it’s also a food lover’s paradise. Los Suenos, located on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, is a popular destination for foodies who want to experience the best of Costa Rican cuisine. Here are some of the must-try dishes in Los Suenos:

Gallo Pinto: A traditional breakfast dish made with rice and beans, often served with scrambled or fried eggs, sour cream, and fried plantains.

Casado: A typical Costa Rican lunch consisting of rice, black beans, salad, and a choice of meat such as chicken, beef, or fish.

Ceviche: A seafood dish made with raw fish, shrimp, or conch marinated in lime juice and mixed with onions, peppers, and cilantro.

Arroz con Mariscos: A flavorful rice dish made with a variety of seafood such as shrimp, clams, mussels, and squid.

Chifrijo: A popular appetizer made with a layer of rice, black beans, diced pork, and pico de gallo, served with tortilla chips.

Tres Leches: A decadent dessert made with three types of milk (evaporated, condensed, and whole milk) and topped with whipped cream.

Sopa Negra: A hearty black bean soup often served with a poached egg, chopped cilantro, and a dash of Lizano sauce (a popular Costa Rican condiment).

Plantains: A staple in Costa Rican cuisine, plantains can be served fried, mashed, or grilled as a side dish or snack.

Patacones: Another popular plantain dish, patacones are made by slicing green plantains, flattening them, and frying them until crispy. They are often served with a side of guacamole or black bean dip.

Churros: A sweet treat consisting of fried dough sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar, often served with a side of chocolate sauce for dipping.

Los Suenos has a restaurant where you can try these and many other Costa Rican specialties. Some popular options include The Hookup, Lanterna Ristorante Italiano, and Bambu Jam. Enjoy the local flavors and happy eating with Costa Rica Dreamers. Book your trip now to experience beautiful Los Suenos.

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