Lago de Atitlán Restaurants

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    El Patio: Good for breakfast

    by easterntrekker Written Apr 1, 2007

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    WE tried this place for dinner but we didn't loke the ambiance . It was too cool outside and inside you sat amongst people on the internet. However its a nice spot for breakfast . YOu can sit outside at little tables and watch the passerbys. Food is good too.

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    El bambu: Fun Atmosphere

    by easterntrekker Written Apr 2, 2007

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    This upstairs restaurant/bar is a nice lively spot to go for a meal or just a drink . The margaritas looked amazing but we always stay away from ice and mixed drinks in Central America ( beem sick too often). We had a chicken sandwaich and a beer and both were great. The restaurant is open air with bambii walls and nice think wooden tables...friendly service.

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    Los Pumpos: Kinda fifties style

    by easterntrekker Written Apr 2, 2007

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    Not a bad place to go for a beer as the service is friendly and its close to the lake...wouldn't recommend it for a romantic evening or a big meal though. They turn the water off in the bathrooms and we had to ask to have it turned back on. The fries were the worst I've ever had ( maybe the grease was turned off too)

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    The Grapevine: Good for drinks

    by chrisvandenbroucke Updated May 22, 2004

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    The Grapevine

    It's very nice sitting on the first floor.
    Quiet and with a good view on all the activity below.
    Beer is Cabro, very good for 7 Q only. From 8 pm onwards, it's Happy Hour: second beer at half price.

    Downstairs, the Carne Asada (cut and baked beef) costed 20 Q and we didn't get very much food.
    Rather unfriendly servive.

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    no name: On the streets

    by chrisvandenbroucke Written Mar 15, 2004

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    Papas fritas

    Favorite Dish: Well, everywhere on the streets you can have nice taco's, papas fritas (french fries) or rosti pollo (roasted chicken).
    Don't expect too much and don't be surprised when it's all rather greasy..

    But, it's a nice in-bewteen

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  • Restaurante Hana: Real Japanese Sushi!

    by Guatejon Updated Jan 15, 2013

    Real Japanese style sushi and not the stuff they pass off as sushi in some Guatemalan restaurants. This place is a full-on Japanese restaurant inside a Japanese hotel full of Japanese travelers.

    Favorite Dish: I tried the Maguro Don which a lot of the Japanese travelers were ordering. I guess it is somewhat famous with the Japanese backpackers. Maguro Don is thin slices of raw tuna that are dipped in ginger soy sauce and placed over sushi rice. It was awesome!

    If raw fish is not your thing. They had tempura, terriyaki chicken, udon and a bunch of other stuff on their menu. I am going to guess it is all good.

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    El Pescador: A good place to eat

    by filipdebont Updated Dec 30, 2002

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    Restaurant El Pescador

    This is a very clean restaurant , it was filled with tourist.

    Favorite Dish: You could eat different things, from spaghetti, to burgers wth chips and of course several local disches.

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    El Bistro: Homemade pasta

    by easterntrekker Written Apr 1, 2007

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    Wine by the glass and music. What more could you ask for . oh and we loved the food ,,,homemade pasta with wonderful sauces.

    Favorite Dish: We loved the banana pancakes....

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