Taska Kiko (1 block East of Monte de los Olivos, Los Robles, Managua) – this is another popular Spanish restaurant in Managua. Items served at this ranch-style restaurant range from paella to Spanish omelettes, croquetas, and Basque-inspired seafood ítems are served here.
Tonelli & Boanerg (Semaforos Hotel Seminole 1c. Sur y 50 Mts. Oeste, Managua) – this is another restaurant that served quality Italian cuisine. Along with the various spaghetti dishes (including pasta with clams), the shrimp specialties are also well-regarded.
Zacate Limón (El Tiangue, Módulo 2 del Club Terraza, 300 meters up, Managua) – this upscale restaurant is better-known for its breakfast food (omelettes, French Toast, Eggs Benedict, etc.) In addition , Zacate Limón offers coconut cakes , lemon and chocolate , among the variety of desserts. There are also health food options (such as […]
Meson Real (del Club Terraza — 1C. Al Norte y 1C. Al Este, Managua) – a variety of Spanish dishes, along with tapas, are served here. One recommended dish here is the camarones con yuca. Paella is also available here.
Los Ranchos (Bo Altagracia, Montoya, 3 blocks to the East, Managua) – traditional Nicaraguan meals are served here, such as Indio Viejo (beef stew), cazuela de frijoles (refried beans with sliced platanos and fried fresh cheese), grilled steak, pork and locally-caught white fish (guapote). The churrasco steak is another favorite here.
Ristorante La Piazzetta (From Pizza Hut Villa Fontana, one block west and one block and a half north, left side, Managua) – this is one of Managua’s highly-rated Italian restaurants. Patrons who’ve eaten here recommend the antipasto, along with dishes like Gnocchi Verdi Al Gorgonzola, spaghetti with lobster, arbono Italian rice with porcini mushrooms, and […]
Marea Alta (1 block Routh of Hotel Seminole, Zona Rosa, Managua) – this is a well-regarded (and not so fancy) seafood restaurant in Managua. Items here range from oyster cocktails and octopus ceviche, to seafood spaghetti in wine sauce and surf n’ turf. For those note wanting seafood, diners can also order steak.
La Terraza Peruana (80 meters north of the Pasteleria Sampson, Microcentro, Managua) – a variety of Peruvian dishes are served here, such a Ceviche. The national drink Pisco is also readily available here. With advanced notice, diners can even order one of that country’s specialties: Cuy (roasted guinea pig).
Le Bistro (Alliance Française, Planes de Altamira, De la Embajada de México ½ calle al norte, Managua) – along with light French meals (sandwiches and soups), glasses of French wine are served here (at C$80 a glass)
La Casa de los Nogueras (Av. Principal #17, Los Robles, Managua) – this European-style bistro offers al fresco dining and a classy interior. The paella is well-recommended here, as well as the lobster. However, the chef here will prepared specially-requested dishes that are not on the menú.