This is the kind of place that you have to visit when you came to Guatemala City , Its in the middle of the Historic Center , just a few blocks of Central Park , this Coffee Shop was one of the oldest Hardware Store...More
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Try the Mayan chocolate crepe it is amazing! It's made of pure organic cocoa nibs and grounded here along with a bit of sugar and of course pair it with a latte and your good to go. The service is amazing like most restaurants in...More
I was at Zone 01 in Guatemala City so I search for this little Coffee House I've been hearing about. When I was a little child my mother had a small cloth boutique in this zone, so I knew Roque Rosito for beeing a store...More
I went to RR several timed during a recent visit to Guatemala City. That part of Zone 1 is sprouting new restaurants but most serve pricey tipico or nasty fast food (avoid, avoid the texmex offerings on 6th street). But this delightful café is original...More
We were at the central mercado and ran into this cafe and enjoyed it extremely! We ate pizza chapina (woth avocado!) that was excellent - food crust, good salsa, arrived in no time. We ordered 2 salads (the only in the menu) which were very...More
Morning Bicycle Tour at the historical downtown, with a PLUS: Guatemalan Breakfast with Guatemalan Cheese Cake called "quesadilla" ( do not confuse with mexican salty melted cheese tortillas...) and FRESH broiled coffee and JUST NOW ( in front of you! ) squished orange juice... Coffee...More
I went to this Cafe to try the Chai Tea. It's pretty expensive and not quite impressive. Again, pre-made mix and the option to change milk to skim or lactose-free. No soy milk. The place is nice, they have typical restaurant chairs and tables, booths...More
Perhaps their other food is better, but I didn't really like my chapin pizza. And my smoothie tasted chemically, and certainly not fresh. They do have wifi which is a plus even though it wasn't working for me. I'm sure it works for some people!
We had coffee, pizza, sandwiches,and dessert. This was a great little place! They also sell ground coffee which we bought to take home with us. They also had t.v.'s so watching the World Cup was also enjoyable there.