Pakoras were a great appetizer, Caribbean curry was flavorful but not to spicy. Atmosphere is great and the view is nice
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Easily our best meal during our one-month stay in Puerto Viejo, during which we ate at more than 20 restaurants. Service, presentation, atmosphere, food, drinks...everything 5 stars.
We staid in Puerto Viejo for a week, we walked past this restaurant few times. Until we decided to try it. Waaaah, if you like the fusion taste you should go there! A mix of spices for a delicious and fresh meal. Service is good....More
We visited Stashus the first night we were in Puerto Viejo. We started with the vegetable pakoras and spicy plantains which were fantastic. For dinner, my wife and I both ordered the butter chicken which was incredible. We were both really impressed with the selection...More
My husband and I ate here in mid February during our stay in Puerto Viejo. We always make a point to stop by Stash's while we are here. The staff is awesome, service is excellent, and the food is consistently delicious. I had the butter...More
This place really surprised me as I was not expecting such a high level of service, food quality and variety. Truly fast and friendly service which is not really the norm for the area. The food (I had the baked garlic as a starter and...More
Stashu's was excellent. The waitress was so sweet and prompt (prompt is hard to come by in this laid back town!) And the food and drinks were fantastic. I also loved the layout of the place. It was our most expensive meal of the trip...More
We visited with 2 friends from Switzerland we had met at our hotel. The food at this restaurant was excellent. The amount was plentiful. We had a Caribbean fish dish. Absolutely delicious. We also had a plantain appetizer that was really really good and was...More
The macadamia encrusted, mole sauced fish special was amazing! Very nice casual ambience and great food made a satisfying dining experience. Owner and staff were friendly.
The food and service were excellent. Try the mint tea it's the best I have had since the 70's! The food was more expensive but quality was a level above all others.