Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Coconut Restaurant

One of the best restaurants in Tamarindo is Coconut. Like many of the fine dining restaurants in Tamarindo, it is owned by a European. Katarina, a native of Norway, keeps a close eye on the food and service to make sure both are impeccable.

One of the specialties is lobster, although on my recent visit I had the filet mignon because I have enjoyed the lobster in the past. The filet, which I am showing in the second photo, is wrapped in bacon and smothered in mushrooms.

We talked to Katarina about the restaurant business. In addition to being a Norwagian, she has lived in the USA and was in the cosmetics industry in Paris until coming to Tamarindo 8 years ago to go into the restaurant business. Coconut is open only for dinner.

Tomorrow I will show you the very special desert, and tell you the price of the dinner.

This week on Viva la Voyage, our travel photo site, showing photos of Papeete, Tahiti.

7 comments:

domino said...

Looks great! Is there any champaign left?

brattcat said...

my mouth is watering.

Sharon said...

Looks delicious!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

yummy! I love the international mix of people living and working in Tamarindo

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

I like outdoor dining. I'm feeling hungry after seeing the dinner.
Cheers,
Melbourne Daily Photo

Tracy said...

Now you have me craving lobster for breakfast!

Jarart said...

Looks like the place to go. I can almost smell those aromas.

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