The restaurant at the Guaynacanes is a large facility with both an indoor and ourdoor dinning area. This is a view of the bar in the outdoor area.
They have a large and diverse menu of beef, pork, fish and chicken but with some very nice sauces to add flavor and variety.
For dinner Jennifer selected a salad with hearts of palm, fresh mushrooms (fresh when they were put in the can), olives, lettuce and tomatoes. The lettuce and tomatoes were fresh and very flavorful, the other ingredients although canned and did make for a nice enhancement.
For her main course Jennifer ordered langastino (large shrimp) with vegetales.
She was not thrilled with the sauce or the shrimp they were overcooked
I however struck paydirt with and excellent corvina with a sweet and spicey Thai Sauce, very excellent and soon assimilated. The potatoes were requested mashed but small issues like that are easy to overlook.
The cost of the average entree was $8, less the 25% discount so again a great value.
This was off season and the hotel was virtually empty, still the service was excellent and food prepared to order with all menu options we requested available.
The restrooms rated a 5/5, they were clean, had a toilet seat, toliet paper, running water and paper towels.
We will return on our next trip to Chitre.