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South American, Central American
Seating, Table Service, Reservations
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Reviewed 23 November 2016

A bit tatty, but perfectly reasonable menu of standard international fare, with very little in the way of anything local to Honduras. The menu says they carry 5 local beers, but in fact, only 1 was available. Big portions, but slow service. Perfectly OK spot,...but nothing to rave about.More

Date of visit: November 2016
Reviewed 15 February 2015

Inedible food. We had chicken tacos which were awful and chicken fajitas which were totally tasteless. The chicken had been pre-cooked and was half cold. Avoid.

Date of visit: February 2015
Reviewed 11 January 2015

Had breakfast here twice. Comprehensive breakfast at a reasonable price. Visited whilst on a group tour.

Date of visit: December 2014
Reviewed 10 January 2014

We went for a dinner to "Vamos a Ver" because our travel guide recommended it. There must have been some changes there since our travel guide visited them as we were quite disappointed. First entry shows a very nice garden where you come in, and...we were there with one other table where 4 people were seated. Not that many guests (there's space for at least 30 people), yet service was very slow (for ordering, getting orders, asking/paying the bill) and uninterested. On top of that there was a very confusing sound space with music from speakers, a TV playing a kids program, and music from a live band across the street... the owners only bothered about this when we asked to turn down some of these noise sources. Several drinks on the card were not available, and finally we went for the local beer option. To the food: my wife ordered an onion soup... which we can best define as a bowl of hot water with some instant soup mixed in it, no trace of onion pieces; my skewer was OK and came with a fresh salad and some rice - no problem with quality there, yet all done in an uninspired way. Starting 9PM a few arriving customers were already refused to enter, saying service was closing. Really, this place looks nice and could be a clear recommendation, yet the owners have to get a bit more inspired and customer oriented again before this will happen.More

Date of visit: December 2013
Reviewed 5 November 2013

We stayed for three days in Copán Ruinas, and we decided to have lunch each afternoon at a different restaurant. The staff was really friendly, and I can't complain about the quality (and quantity of the food). I had some rice with shrimps, and my...companion had a huge chicken kebab and a home-made lemonade.More

Date of visit: November 2013
Reviewed 2 September 2013

"Can I have my schnitzel (milanesa) from pork instead of chicken?" --"No." "Can I have the wifi password?" --"We don't have wifi." "But there's a network with the same name as the restaurant." --"That's just for the credit card machine" "Do you have BBQ Sauce?"...--"No." "Do you have deserts?" --"No." (so I buy some ice cream at the pulperia next door... and the waitress is doubling as the cashier there) "I'd like to pay with a credit card." --"No. We only take cash" (see info about wifi above)More

Date of visit: September 2013
Reviewed 24 June 2013

This little family-run establishment has probably seen better days. The outdoor eating area is OK but could use some improvements and the food is average. Nevertheless the service is good.

Date of visit: June 2013
Reviewed 30 May 2013

Probably the worst place we have eaten in the last 3 months of travel: the garden was littered with rubbish, the plates were dirty, the smoothies unsmooth, the food awful and the service matched the rest. Really disappointing.

Date of visit: May 2013
Reviewed 24 February 2013

We came because it was recommended for its salads. The salad was small, badly cut, and watery. The breaded chicken cutlet had strange smell, and weird taste. The french fried potatoes were soaked in oil. To top off this bad experience, the staff was grumpy.

Date of visit: February 2013
Reviewed 10 February 2013

After spending 5 days in Santa Barbara and eating really local food, this seemed a bit less rustic, but the food was really good. The fruit juices were all good and refreshing. I had the Pincho de pollo (chicken skewer) and it was very tasty,...served with a fresh salad. The atmosphere is really relaxing. Shady and full of flowers with several hammocks where you can go and relax while waiting for your food. A nice little oasis!More

Date of visit: February 2013
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