Friday, April 16, 2010

Nibbana beachfront restaurant


It has been awhile since I have posted photos of a restaurant, so today I am posting photos of Nibbana, one of the beach front restaurants on the main street of Tamarindo. This is the entrance to the restaurant, which is a sign on the side of a real estate office that leads diners along a walkway to the restaurant behind the real estate office.

Like most restaurants in Tamarindo, Nibbana is an open air restaurant, with a roof to provide shade and shelter if it rains, but no walls. Even in such casual surroundings, however, many of the restaurants serve excellent lunches and dinners.

The third photo shows one of the tables sitting right on the beach. One of the guests who stayed in one of our condos recently sent me an email describing how much they enjoyed their vacation and commented that Nibbana was their favorite of the restaurants that they tried. I leave a guest comment book in each of our condos and guests will leave comments about the restaurants for other guests to read.

My wife, particularly, enjoys the diversity and quality of restaurants in Tamarindo. We can walk to about 40 restaurants. That is one of the reasons we bought our condos in Tamarindo rather than in a master-planned community where people are limited to the restaurant at a resort on the grounds unless you get in a car and drive. We like to walk to dinner.

Here is a link to the Nibbana Restaurant's website.

We are showing photos of Uxmal, Mayan ruins in the Yucatan, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

9 comments:

Jarart said...

I like the idea of the open air dining. I would much rather hear birds and waves than the noise of a restaurant. This looks like a nice place to relax.

Lois said...

Looks like a wonderful place to enjoy a meal! Mosquitoes and other bugs would keep us from having restaurants like that here though. To answer your question on my blog today about the dome on the Florida Capitol building, there actually is a lovely dome on the old historic Capitol building which is located right in front of the newer modern Capitol building I am showing in today's post. You can see the two buildings in my Theme Day post from October 1, 2009. I much prefer the old Capitol myself!

Sharon said...

This place looks great. I loved all the open air dining when I was there. I remember one lunch when a rather exotic looking bird landed on a wall right behind me. That's something you don't see at any restaurant in Phoenix.

Rob and Mandy said...

Oh yeah, that's our kind of place! Seems to be at the seafront. Nice food, the sound of the waves, no music... Paradise.

brattcat said...

Mmmm. This looks so idyllic.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this is a great place to eat

Kate said...

The best kind of environment for dining!

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