A mouthwatering dessert, north by northwest
Hungry for a chocolate fix? This mouthwatering organic mousse at Cala Luna Boutique Hotel’s restaurant will do the trick. Its creamy chocolate texture is accompanied by a hint of white chocolate, and will fuel you for a stroll on nearby Langosta Beach in Costa Rica’s northwestern province of Guanacaste.
Our new Plato del Día series is an occasional homage to Costa Rican deliciousness of all kinds. (The plato del día is, by definition, a main course, but we’re using the term loosely and will be featuring everything from hearty entrees and bocas to drinks and desserts.) What’s your favorite Costa Rican treat? Or does your hotel or restaurant have a favorite dish to share with our readers? Wax eloquent – no more than 500 words, please, with a horizontal photo if possible – and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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