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Large portions, good local food. Came with a travel group Guide as a local spot for good food. Saw some locals eating inside. The portions are very large. Plenty to eat and prices reasonable under $10 for dinner
The restaurant offers a pleasant dining experience. Part of the menu is Maya-inspired. I had the delicious Pollo Kawak with a cacao-based sauce. If you like a good mole sauce you will like this--it is very similar.
I ate here last year when I was in Copan and wanted to return this year. Glad I did. It is an absolutely lovely place - very simple, but with a large area of local NICE handcrafts as well as local food items - especially...the house made hot sauces and jellies - it is lovely. The owner is friendly, welcoming and attentive. The service is friendly and welcoming and the service is fast. Liked everything we tried and liked their inventive way of putting local foods in traditional menus. Great presentation to the food as well. Great food, great service, lovely place with a wonderful local style.More
Huge portions with a large wine selection (didn't try). The restaurant is attached to a gift shop which has a huge selection of local hot sauces and ceramics and other souvenir type gifts. It's down a side-street that has a lot of little giftware stands....It was good for lunch. Cash only.More
As a restaurant, La Casa de Todo is a very atmospheric and fun place to have some food, drinks, and snacks. Staff was friendly enough, but perhaps a little "reserved" in engaging with clients. In terms of food, I wouldn´t say La Casa de Todo...has everything - but it certainly has a great range of interesting chile-sauces to try out with their baleadas, quesedillas, or other traditional food from the region.
I agree with a previous review that the pupusas aren´t the best - I think they´re a little drier / with less "quesillo" than how I normally like them in El Salvador or elsewhere in Honduras, but the flavours are very decent.
The basic cocktails such as the mojito and the tequila sunrise where very decent as well - and before or after lunch / dinner you can do some quality souvenir shopping - bring home some of that great chile sauce! - Uy! -More
I had my first dinner in Copan Ruinas here. We came in a family trip. I saw pasta on the menu so i got buttered pasta for my little girls which was so good (they charge me the same price as the pesto chicken pasta)....We got also an anafre with chorizo that was sooo good to start. I just want to suggest they should serve the tortilla chips on the side. It’s most convenient. The rest of the dishes we had were enchiladas that were delicious. A baleada with avocado more than good, pork fajitas (8/10) and finally the tortilla soup that was really bad, it tasted like a can of tomato sauce with chicken.
Drinks? Horchata was delicious, we tried the cacao one and the regular and both were yummy. The Maracuya Mojito was delicious too.
The service is friendly but kind of slow to me.More
Salsas are made in house at this restaurant, and you have 20 or more to choose from. Sample hot sauces as you wait for your dinner, or go to the back and try them all. All our dishes were well prepared and tasty. We purchase...several hot sauces to take home.More