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Our breakfast we took both times in the Picame Restaurant just oppoisite our Hotel Patty. Because we liked to start the day early we made reservations.
The restaurant served a full breakfast with eggs, tea, coffee, but also sandwiches, baguettes, juices and smoothies. The breakfast was delicious. If you like to eat chicken for lunch or dinner restaurant Picame is also the place to be.
I heard that a Dutch woman, named Jessica, managed the restaurant together with her boyfriend from Honduras. When I came there I was surprised to find out that she was originally from Drenthe the province where I live in the Netherlands. Later she told me that she knows my hometown very well and we even found out that her brother is my favourite flowerseller at the friday market in Emmen my hometown. How small the world can be.
Updated Feb 22, 2007
The first evening we went for dinner to the Via Via Restaurant. You can sit at the terrace in front of the café having a view at the streetlife. In almost all restaurants in the village you can have breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's the same in the Via Vai. We had a table indoors next to the inner garden. Here is also the entrance to the Via Via Guesthouse. I can't remember what I had for dinner, but it tasted well.
The restaurant is of a Belgian guy. He also offers walking tours in the village explaining the daily village life and the local customs.
Updated Feb 15, 2007
La Casa de Todo was only one block of our hotel. I visited this place several times. The inner garden of the restaurant is a lovely and relaxing green place where you can sit and have your drink, lunch or dinner. I took some tastful juices and snacks.
I liked the place, but the main reason to come there so often was my regular visit to the internetcafe upstairs. Besides the restaurant and internetcafé La Casa de Todo has also a shop at the streetside. The shops offers nice jewellery, pottery and other interesting stuff. I bought here some necklaces.
Written Feb 15, 2007
A nice and relaxed place to have a drink or a meal is the Carnitas Nia Lola Restaurante at the edge of the village, but also only two blocks from the Parque Central. From the first floor of the open air restaurant the view at the fields and mountains is really great.
I came twice in this friendly place for drinking a cocktail and enjoying a meal. And if you like something spectacular.... the plates with food and even the bottles with beer have been brought upstairs by the steep stairs while carried at the head without using hands !
Updated Feb 14, 2007
Breakfast and Lunch. Fresh bagels, baked items, granola and vegetarian. Liquados, specialized coffees, sandwiches, etc.
They will make a brown bag lunch for your visit to the ruins and you can eat under the trees in the Great Plaza.
Written Feb 24, 2005
If you want to eat for very little, nothing can beat these chicken and beef skewers served on a little paper plate with a bit of salad and generously sprinkled with hot sauce.
Written Aug 21, 2009
Tonya and her husband run this 2nd floor gem. Pricier than regular places in tiny Copan, but it's worth it. She cooks up a fabulous meal, 3 course style. A visit is a must while in Copan.
Written Nov 13, 2007
We stop here in Siguatepque al Granja D'Elia for breakfast, a very good place with reaonable (if not cheap) prices.
Written Feb 12, 2005
Address: On tThe Road to San Pedro Sula in Siguatepeque
Cafe welchez is well situated and is a good place for people-watching...In the ruins you can get refreshments at the entrance, but sometimes as you can see these guy´s, is crowded....
Updated Sep 21, 2003
Address: northwest corner of the Central park