The open air Marisqueria Corcovado restaurant, lying just a few feet away from the Golfo Dulce waters, is one of the best places in Puerto Jimenez to grab some fresh seafood. You will find it smacked in the middle of "El Boulevard de la Playa" under a blue tent and a big sign that says "Free WiFi", a great "hook" to get tourists reeled in.read more close
Alcohol connoisseurs will rejoice in the only place that serves draft beer, specially imported from Italy. Choose from a $3 beer all the way up to a $20 specialty drink such as the Margarita Corona, three ounces of tequila, one ounce of triple sec, lime, two splashes of orange juice, ice and one corona placed upside down in a wide brim glass.
While Marisqueria Corcovado offers a variety of food, such as the imported T-bone steak with vegetables and mashed potatoes for $26, it is no secret that people come here specifically for its fresh seafood brought in from the Golfito and Puntarenas ports.
Starting off with an appetizer of Ceviche Viagraton is a sure way to give your taste buds a rise. The $14 plate blusters mahi mahi, calamari, octopus, and clam on a bed of lettuce soaked in lemon and lime juice and mixed with onions, red peppers, and cilantro.
Then the grand daddy entree plate simply called Mixed Seafood, $26 for one person and $50 for two, boasts a jaw-dropping mix of lobsters, mussels, shrimps, crabs, octopus, calamari, clams and prawns!
The freshness of their seafood is the reason this establishment has maintained a stronghold presence in Puerto Jimenez since 2007.
Open air with a view of the Golfo Dulce.
11 a.m.–11 p.m.
Open 7 days a week