The hamburger was also tasty, as I was told, constructed with caramelized onions, bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion, a 1/4 lb. (my estimate) all beef patty and served on artisan bread.
They also have a new cut of meat - ribeye steak (there in the last picture) that is also served with the same garnishes mentioned. It was good too but not near as tasty as the churrasco with chimichurri (IMHO).
Sad to say I didn't try any of the desserts that include cheescake, tres leches and a few others - they even offered a courtesy cup of coffee with any dessert...but I did not give in to temptation...next time.
What are prices like? Really reasonable, actually. Check prices here. For that reason, on a scale of 1 to 10, I give Miramar an 8 - good quality and good value.
It's kind of an out of the way place until you find it - it's right on the Carretera a Masaya at Km. 9.9 (just beyond the stoplights for the entrance to the Hospital Metropolitana. There is a sign out front, right there with the Chinese food place. Miramar has plenty of secure parking out back.
Km 9.9 Carretera a Masaya