International food in antigua guatemala

Meson Panza Verde

Mesón Panza Verde’s new Tapas & Cocktail Bar on the Sunset Terraces is open from 4 to 7 PM, Thursday through Saturday. Visit their beautiful terraces and enjoy the sunset with a drink and tapas inspired by the kitchens of Spain, like coconut shrimp with sweet chili sauce; salami, eggplant and artichoke antipasto; tequila...

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Café Sky

Baked meringue topped with whipped cream, chocolate or vanilla ice cream, and a tangy strawberry sauce makes for a subtly sweet afternoon reprieve. Café Sky’s Pavlova is light, fresh, and delicious, and you can enjoy it with an excellent view! Every day 8 AM-11 PM 7832-7300  

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La Peña del Sol Latino – Latin Style Restaurant in Antigua Guatemala

Since 2006 when La Pena de Sol Latino opened its doors for the first time, Antigua Guatemala has now become accustomed to live Peruvian music played by some very fine musicians indeed. A dream come true from the owners Francisco Mendoza probably Guatemala’s leading exponent of Andean music and his partner Bill Harris a...

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39 Azul – Delightful International Food in Antigua Guatemala

Sitting in his office in Fort Lauderdale, seriously bored some seventeen years ago, one of his employees gave Nils Rykken an airline ticket to Guatemala to cheer him up. After a scary night in Zone 1 Guatemala City, he ended up in Antigua Guatemala. He decided to stay and his love affair with this...

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Café La Escalonia – Food and nursery garden in one

Surrounded and enclosed by greenery, La Escolonia somehow seems to have a reputation as a restaurant to hide with your amante or for that matter, to breakup with your amante. Joking aside, Cafe de la Escolonia, a few blocks south of Central Park passed Meson Panza Verde, is an enchanting romantic hideaway a million...

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Café Sky – Great Food & Lovely View in Antigua Guatemala

I think it´s fair to say that over the years, Cafe Sky has become very much a landmark of Antigua Guatemala. One of the contributing factors has to be the great rooftop terrace with views of all Antigua including San Francisco church. From around 4PM the terrace fills up with many of the students...

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Chez Christophe

Like so many of us living in Antigua Guatemala, Christophe Pache visited Antigua seventeen years ago to study Spanish for a week on his way to Argentina and Australia but never left. Having been the head chef at the famous Meson Panza Verde for fourteen years, he took the decision a few years back...

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Las Palmas – Relax, eat and dance

Situated close to Central Park here in Antigua Guatemala, Las Palmas has been a favourite to independent travellers looking for good food in a relaxed atmosphere. Also catering for groups of up to ninety people, Las Palmas is known for its excellent service. With a menu to suit all tastes, Las Palmas features starters...

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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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Rainbow Café – International Food and Books in One Place!

As a former backpacker, Rainbow Café has many memories for me. Overhearing conversations of others recounting where they had been and where they were headed. Trying to order my eggs in Spanish; after twelve years here I know better!!After twenty years in business, Rainbow Cafe is still a destination. For those who still like...

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