Posada Margherita Restaurant
This intimate, open-walled Italian restaurant forgoes menus and sticks with a consistent rotation of house-made pastas and two or three dishes built around fish caught that day. Each meal begins with an antipasto platter that includes bruschetta, focaccia, and cauliflower. The candlelit dining area, which has wooden tables and tile flooring that meets the white sand of the beach, can get crowded, especially at night, but the open walls and high thatched ceiling compensate for that. Décor includes modern takes on indigenous artwork, including wide-eyed ritual masks. The wine list includes a selection of Chianti and South American offerings. And make sure to bring cash, as the restaurant doesn’t accept credit cards.