1.Vigorón: This recipe originally comes from Nicaragua although Costa Rica has adopted it as part of the traditional food on streets and fairs. This plate of fried pork skins comes with yucca and cabbage salad. Find it on food stand 1, cost of 2500 colones.
2. Pupusas: A thick corn tortilla filled with chicharrones (pork skin), beans and cheese. Served with cabbage salad on top. Find it on food stand 1, cost 1500 colones each.
3. Chorreadas: This traditional tortilla has a sweet and salty flavour. It is made out of corn, flour, milk, eggs and sugar. The mixture is fried until it gets a brownish color and then its served with sour cream on top. Find them on food stand 1, 1000 colones each.
4. Cantoneese rice: Cantoneese lovers can buy this plate on food stand 1. The rice is a mixture of meat, vegetable, ham, onions and bacon. Cost 2500 per plate.
5. Churros: Another traditional fiesta food is churros. Crunchy sweet filled with caramel and sugar on top. If you want to satisfy your sugar cravings completely, try the basket that includes churros with chocolate, caramel, peanuts and candy on top. The bag costs 1200 colones and the basket with five 2000. Find them on the second food stand.
6. Cotton Sugar: This sweet is a popular fair food, the kids favorite by far. Cotton sugar is a sweet soft cloud of color that dissolves in your mouth. Find it on food stand 3, 1000 colones each.
7. Creole chicken: This dish comes with rice, tomato sauce and salad. The plate is one of the best sellers in the forth food stand “Cocina a la leña”
8. Heart of palm “picadillo”: Picadillo is a traditional costarrican dish. They cook the soft part of the palm with spices, onions, sweet peppers and cilantro. Served with tortilla. Find it on food stand 4, “Cocina a la leña” 1500 colones.
te’s traditional recipes. The name “rice” comes from its texture, however the plate is made with corn. To make it they cook the hulled corn with chicken and natural spices until milky consistency. Served 9. Corn rice: Enjoy one of Guanacaswith plantain on the fifth food stand, 3000 colones.
10. Pork ribs: The favorite “casado” of the fair comes with pork ribs in sauce. Served with potatoes, cabbage and lettuce salad and chimichurri. Find it on food stand 5, 3000 colones.