French

Tartines – French Cuisine in Antigua Guatemala

When the celebrated French chef Jean Francois Desmoulins opened Tartines here in Antigua Guatemala in 2008, we knew we were in for a treat. Frankly, we were not disappointed! Having had a number of extremely successful restaurants in Guatemala City, such as La Belle Epoque, Rendezvous and the fabulously celebrated Jean Francois his pedigree...

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Bistrot Cinq – A little Paris in Antigua Guatemala

From my time in Paris, Bistrot Cinq reminds me much more of a brasserie than a bistrot. Let me clarify that this is not a criticism, far from it, as it’s a gorgeous space with fine ambience. It really could almost be a film set representing the Antigua Guatemala version of the great Bofinger in...

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Café Teatro – French Fare in Antigua Guatemala

When it comes to eating or for that matter a quick beer or glass of wine in Antigua Guatemala, Cafe Teatro, is definitely one of the locals’ favourites and has been for many years. The owner Alan, from the French part of Switzerland has a very loyal following. The cafe, specialises in French fare...

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Luna de Miel – Authentic french crepes in Antigua Guatemala

Situated close to La Merced, Luna de Miel opened its doors in 2006, and has deservedly become one of the most popular eateries here in Antigua Guatemala. On two levels with a great terrace lounge as well as a bar on the ground floor, Luna de Miel is a place where tourists, locals as...

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