Sandra and her crew prepare wonderful food and provide a great, relaxing atmosphere. We ate there 6 or 7 times, and each meal was plentiful and tasty.
La casa de todo honors it's name. Souvenirs , laundry machines, restaurant, books. All here. Food was abundant and really good! The best part was the checkout, a group of 10 eating for less than 40 lempiras ( 2 US dollars) per person, amazing! Highly recommended if you are looking for a quiet place!
This was a fun place to eat. Sunny and relaxed in the outdoor patio with lots to catch your eye --- tropical flowers, birds, amusing signs on the walls. While we waited for our lunch to be served, we had time to wander around the Casa to check out the books, do some shopping and look at the handicrafts for... More
The coffee and the breakfasts were excellent - the cafe area is in a cool sheltered area, with a lovely tropical garden. Both the coffee and the breakfasts are great - especially the burrito - it will set you up for the day! There are books to browse, and ladback music playing in the background as you watch the birds... More
Dinner choice of Nachos dry & tasteless but the fried chicken was great. The search for good tortillas and empanadas goes on. Went back for lunch which was good, smoothies excellent.
Good sandwiches and smoothies, OK internet access, nice gift shop. This place is nice but doesn't really excel at anything. Still, the gift shop is worth a visit and the food is good if you need a quick bite to eat.
A perfect afternoon spot to look for 2nd hand books, delicious food, refreshing smoothies and stock up on our favorite coffee ever, Cafe Miramundo. La Casa de Todo had it all and wifi to boot for catching up online, too, if need be.
I came to Casa de Todo to exchange a book and use the laundry service. After dealing with the lady at the counter I never wanted to come back again. First I had to wait 10 minutes at the cash desk while she was talking in her cell phone (I was learning spanish and could understand it was a personal... More
The food we had here was good - the frappucino and baleadas were excellent - but the prices are on the high side and then on top of that they charge you taxes and 10% service.
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