Antigua Hacienda Restaurant, located parallel of the new 27 Highway toward Caldera in Orotina, born thanks to the dream of seven women who decided to form an association of small businesses in 2009 to support their families through a rural community culinary project, while at the same time, supports the economy, revitalizing their heritage and promoting the local gastronomy of their canton, Orotina.
Antigua Hacienda Restaurant is located within the district of Coyolar in Orotina, same name given to the Great Hacienda El Coyolar of the visionary farmer Don Fernando Castro Cervantes. This hacienda was the largest privately that the country has had since it covered large tracts of land in Puntarenas, Alajuela, Guanacaste and San Jose, which made possible the development of Orotina at that time, since it generated numerous sources of employment.
Antigua Hacienda Restaurant has a varied menu with typical dishes of the region, ideal to start the day with a delicious breakfast or, for later hours, enjoyed with some of their special meal such as its exquisite “Casados”, chicken “achiotado”, tamales, its unique watermelon ceviche, not forgetting its famous “Tortas del Tren”.
Antigua Hacienda Restaurant is certainly an option that you can not miss when you are in the area, or in the way to the Central Pacific beaches like Jaco, Hermosa and Manuel Antonio, as they serves excellent quality food, Antigua Hacienda restaurant offers a nice relaxed atmosphere in a ranch-style restaurant surrounded by plants decorated with the typical style that glitters the Costa Rican folklore, ideal for sharing with friends and family.
Antigua Hacienda Restaurant also has a catering service for any part of the country, take away service and ample parking.
Location: 200 m South from the Tarcoles and Jaco exit on road 27 (Caldera highway), district: Coyolar, canton: Orotina, province: Alajuela, Costa Rica. Zone postal code: 20904.
GPS Coordinates: 9.885563,-84.575908 (9°53’08.02″N, 84°34’33.26″W)
Phone: +506 2428-3627
Schedule: everyday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.