My wife ordered a very nice looking soup, while I ordered a beef dish. I can't recall to many of the details, but it seems we had chips and salsa. The food was good, and the well lit location on the second floor of a restored old colonial building was quite charming. The owners try to effect a contemporary design and play American music. There's a bar downstairs. This place is located on the same street as the old Cathedral, but down the hill a block.
As it happens regularly in Honduras and Guatemala, this restaurant has two locations very close to each other. The one I visited had patio seating around a courtyard - most pleasant, while definitely informal.
This was only my second night in Honduras, so I hadn't yet started dreading the plato tipico (and in any case, this one was better than most): Two thin but large fried pork chops, fries, fried plantain, and refried beans. Detect a pattern there? When you are not used to this much fried food, it can be disconcerting.
However, this was well prepared, and courteously served in a delightful setting.