A popular open-air restaurant perched on the banks of the Río Escondido on the south side of town that serves solid portions of Nicaraguan favorites. It's also a fine place to kick back with a drink and watch the co…
The renovated town church, about two blocks downriver from the dock, is not an architectural classic but has stained-glass windows and a neon cross. It opens onto a cheery, palm-shaded Parque Central.
One of Rama's best steam-table buffets, Comedor Siu serves a mean bistek en salsa jalapeño (beef in jalapeño sauce) and good breakfasts too. Be punctual at meal times or it might all be gone.
It's possible to climb this hill on the edge of town for good views of the local rivers, but you'll need to navigate the poor neighborhoods that surround it with some caution.
This modern, spacious dining room is known for its generous cuts of export-quality beef and seafood dishes, including lobster prepared in nine different ways.