Dining is avant-garde at the Shambala Restaurant at Hotel Tropico Latino in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica. Now, the restaurant section of the Hotel Tropico Latino website matches the creativity coming out of the kitchen.
Large high-density images flow across the top of the restaurant webpage. Caution: the images of sample dishes may induce drooling. Photographed in such full color detail, you can almost smell and taste the tantalizing cuisine. A video shows off the restaurant of the Santa Teresa beachfront hotel to give you the experience of what it’s like to dine there.
You get to meet the amazing team of Hotel Tropico Latino’s restaurant, led by Costa Rican chef Randy Siles, who was recently named an ambassador of the National Plan for Sustainable and Healthy Cuisine in Costa Rica.
Siles is a master of the fusion style called “Author’s Cuisine,” which is a freestyle way of cooking that lets him imagine and create original recipes like an artist with a blank canvas. Innovative and sophisticated, Siles skillfully creates gourmet art fusing flavors, aromas and unusual textures into delicious, fresh and healthy dishes. His dishes surprise you … and keep you tasting.
Shambala Restaurant’s specialized menu uses local, native products and is geared toward the active, healthy lifestyle that Hotel Tropico Latino promotes with its Santa Teresa surf retreats, yoga classes and retreats, and natural spa. Dining in Santa Teresa right next to the beach with a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean is the best.
Shambala Restaurant in Santa Teresa Beach, Costa Rica is open to the public for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can now make a table reservation at Shambala Restaurant on-line on Hotel Tropico Latino’s website.
The vibrant new website of Hotel Tropico Latino in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica launched earlier this month to the public, giving viewers a mobile user-friendly experience that is easy to navigate on multiple web browsers and devices.
Article by Shannon Farley