This is a must place to eat while in antigua. Local Great food. Specializes in chicken (surprise). The waiters are a little lazy
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Cheap, but that's about it. Food was underwhelmingly bland, service was practically nonexistent after initial order.
I had there a very nice experience. Friendly people and good food, well served and for a price consistent with the guatemalans standards living (not the case of most of this city restaurants, focused to tourists) . "Open bar" for the drink of the day....More
This is a good place to get a full plate of food for about $4.25, more than one person can (should) eat. The tortillas are made by hand at the entrance, the chicken can be seen cooking on the wood-fired oven and service is good.
We also had two beers and the total bill was less than $20 U.S. The waiter was very nice about accepting the American money as we hadn't yet been able to get the local currency (and this restaurant doesn't accept credit cards).
Simple, rustic, casual comida tipica guatemalteca from a short menu recited orally (4-5 options). I had pollo a la leña (wood fire roasted chicken) that came with with rice and coleslaw, and a glass of agua de jamaica (hibiscus drink). Basic but good; 30 quetzals...More
The day we reached they had rotisserie chicken with a side of potatoes. It was good but I wouldn’t say it was the best I’ve ever had. It is definitely a very local place. The food is fast moving so no stomach issues here. The...More
Five of us from a Seattle-based NGO wanted typical Guatemalan food for dinner. This place does not disappoint is you like tasty simple home-cooked meals. As you enter, you select your entree from steaming earthen pots of different meat type stews, then you select your...More
We happened upon this restaurant and were very glad we went there for lunch. It is defintely a place that locals frequent and there were few gringos in the crowd. There is no menu and there are a couple of specials each day. We ordered...More