This is a traditional Guatemalan restaurant and the food is good, not outstanding. A little touristy.
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We wanted Guatemalan cuisine and found delicious choices here. We had Gallo en Chicha, a delicious chicken dish in a plum sauce (almost a mole, to me). [I asked for the recipe for the sauce, it was so good - and the manager was quite...More
Went with a large group. Food was fantastic, good selection of drinks, and great local band playing. Very enjoyable.
We definitely expected more from this based on the reviews and the Lonely Planet recommendation (and the price!!). It was really not good at all. Not bad, just very mediocre. We had a better meal at a local spot in Zona 1 that was half...More
My friends took me here after for dinner on a Thursday night. They recommended the Mayan lasagna and I am very glad I took their advice. Good wait staff and atmosphere. I would like to return again to have more lasagna or to try other...More
We came here at the recommendation of a friend. After arriving at the Westin around 8:00 PM, this was a great choice being just a couple of blocks away. We weren't overly hungry, so we just opted for an assortment of appetizers, all of which...More
Stayed in one of the hotels nearby and did not want to go far for dinner, so we went to this place. It has a nice interieur. The service was good, they do speak a little english. Food was also nice, nothing spectacular, but good.
Found this place through positive reviews online. The food was mediocre. I ordered the grilled pork tenderloin and it was very chewy. What was not satisfying was the cleanliness of the restaurant. The table cloth was not replaced after the previous guest, and the little...More
We visited Kacao near the end of January with a large business party. The atmosphere is very interesting with a large tent-like canopy overhead that gives you the impression you are inside a giant tropical hut. Authentic food, fairly pricy for Guatemala. The appetizers were...More