Honduras Restaurants

  • A restaurant with a view
    A restaurant with a view
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  • Yat Ba'lam in Copan Ruinas
    Yat Ba'lam in Copan Ruinas
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  • Yat Ba'lam in Copan Ruinas
    Yat Ba'lam in Copan Ruinas
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Honduras Restaurants

  • there are plenty of nice...

    A sleepy coastal town, Tela has been slowly, but surely working its way to becoming an important beach destination. Located less than 90 km east of San Pedro Sula's International airport, and connected by an excellent paved highway, Tela is very easily reached from San Pedro Sula. If you are driving your own car, the driving time is under one hour...

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  • Best Coffee on the island

    Found this spot by accident. After about two days I happen to walk into this establishment and found that it had the closest thing to Dunkin Donuts. The owner is a great person, very friendly. She is a great source of information on the island. To bad that she's not open late at night. The coffee is great. Bagels are good.

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  • Fantastic Seafood Soup in Tela

    Restaurante Luces del Norte serves the best seafood soup I have ever had. It's piled high with fresh seafood (see photos). It's a relaxed beach shack type of place, where locals sit in vests and shorts, drinking beer.

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  • Fresh Fish on Roatán

    There are some good restaurants on Roatán, but Mavis & Dixies is my favourite. It has a great atmosphere, good service and superb food. On two different nights I tried the blackened mahi mahi and the grilled wahoo They were both delicious. There is a nice terrace at the back, overlooking the beach. They also serve excellent breakfasts. It's a great...

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  • Fresh seafood on the Utila waterfront

    Cafe Mariposa is a great place for an inexpensive seafood meal, meeting friends for a cold beer, or looking out at the Utila waterfront. The wait staff is friendly, speak english, and are happy to talk about Utila. The grilled snapper was simple, perfectly done, and accompanied with rice and vegetables for about $6.00 US. Soda or beer for $1. The...

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  • Pizza muy rica!

    A former Peace Corps volunteer opened this nice pizza place in Santa Rosa de Copan. Seriously some of the best pizza I've had and it was inexpensive. We watched the cook pick basil from the garden to put on the pizza, it was so fresh. The italiano pizza, garlic bread, and limonada.

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  • In Tegucigalpa we have tipical...

    In Tegucigalpa we have tipical restaurants like the 'EL PATIO', where you will find great food from Honduras and Mexican food.Cheap en a lots of food, be prepared. Pincho Mixto.. all kind of meat and all with a great dressing. (picante) (spice)

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  • The local food

    This was a nice place for a cup of coffee and a sandwich. Overall Honduras is not a country where you go for the food. It's beans, corn and rice ... beans, corn and rice ... beans, corn and rice... beans, corn and rice

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  • the typical honduran breakfast

    the breakfast we got every morning that we were there consisted of scrambled eggs, beans, honduran dry cheese, fried plantanes and toast. (with occasional avocado every now and then). It was accompanied by very strong but delicious coffee. The best coffee i had the whole trip was in the indigenous houses in Atlantica which was very sweet.

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  • ARROZ CON FRIJOLES

    This is not so much a restaurant tip but a cultural food tip. Arroz con Frijoles or rice and beans in english is a staple dish in Honduras. The beans are cooked in various ways, fried, mashed, boiled and have usually had some sort of condiment added. To be honest I didn't particularly care for this dish much at all which made life a little hard for...

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  • Simply the BEST seafood

    Utila has the best seafood at the VERY reasonable prices. Update July 2004: Mario has sold his restaurant and it is now some really boring overpriced Italian food place. Mind you, I've always felt Italian food pedestrian at its best.You can now find Mario as the head chef at the resort near the old airport. The only way I found where he was, was by...

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  • Save your cash

    I make guacamole wherever I go. See the picture below.It's simple: » 3 - 4 garlic cloves minced» 1 Large tomatoe seeded and diced into small chunks» 3-4 avacadoes (ripe) mushed to a chunky paste.» 1 Lime freshly squeezed» 1 super hot pepper (finely diced). This is optional but good» Salt to tasteDo the avacadoes and then mix with the tomatoes and...

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  • You get alot for an excellent price

    Expatriados Bar and Grill is on the top floor of a building with a grass hut covering half of the floor space. They have a full selection of alcohol and non alcohol drinks. Their barbaque is delicious!! Their menu has Honduran and American foods with daily specials. I love eating here because the food is not expensive and you get big portions. The...

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  • A typical Honduran breakfast !!!

    Wow, if you are visiting Santa Rosa de Copan , don't miss the opportunity to eat a delicious typical Honduran breakfast in the restaurant located in the Hotel Elvir. It is located just a few minutes away from Central Park. And if you are in La Ceiba, don't miss the opportunity to try the seafood that is served in this city. there are plenty of...

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  • One thing which surprised me...

    One thing which surprised me was the fact that you could get just about any food you wanted. As stated, I at a food court almost every day, dining on Subway and Burger King and such. We also went out a couple nights, once to a Steak House and once to a Chinese place. I'm still convinced I at dog at the Chinese place, but I figured I'd do that in...

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  • Captain Roy's for breakfast,...

    Captain Roy's for breakfast, Menero Catarcho for lunch, Sharkie's restaurant for dinnerThe prices were important in all the above. But the lunches at Menero Catarcho were important since it was open air in the middle of the town and the whole populace passed by as you ate. Comida tipica for breakfast, (2 eggs any way, with tortillas and orange...

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  • There are many Islands on...

    There are many Islands on Roatan, from local to Italian to Mexican they are all excellent. Recommendations:Italian: Romeo's and Gio'sMexican: Tres Flores (Which has awesome views of both sides of the island and is great for sunset shots.)Local: Paya Bay (offers local and some other interesting foods)Others: Fantasy Island, AKR, Bite on the Beach,...

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  • Lucy's is a great restaurant...

    Lucy's is a great restaurant on Main street. At night they have fresh fish and other items. I liked it a lot because there was great service and the price was good. There are candles on the tables and when it is packed there is a great atmosphere.mentioned above The best food in town is the freshly grilled seafood. Especially Baracuda with garlic...

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  • The restaurant at Miami. They...

    The restaurant at Miami. They serve fresh-cooked fish and crab soup. Then you can relax in a hammock.Take a swim in the Caribbean while you're waiting for the food to cook!

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  • Trujillo - I liked the Oasis...

    Trujillo - I liked the Oasis best. They have an extensive menu - lots of choices, including some that are more like home. The main floor is light and airy; they also have an upstairs that is subdued and relaxing, romantic for a couple.There is also a small place around the corner that has good liquados, and there's an icecream parlor. Both have pan...

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  • The Mango Cafe, in Tela is...

    The Mango Cafe, in Tela is situated on the river. The Garifuna tours depart from there, and Spanish lessons are given on the deck. Good food too (Italian food, Honduran style).The Mango Cafe is in cahoots with the Mango Bed and Breakfast, the Mango Spanish School, and Garifuna Tours. They also rent bycycles. Wild Wild West. Featured carne asada, a...

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  • Utila. Mermaids Corner. This...

    Utila. Mermaids Corner. This is buffet style, so you can select whatever you want. I liked it because the food was very good and inexpensive. This is the place to go if you're in a hurry, because the food is already prepared. But don't be in a hurry.This is Lee and Antoinetta, from London and Italy in front of Mermaids Corner.

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  • Utila. The Zanzibar...

    Utila. The Zanzibar restaurant is a very friendly and laid-back place for breakfast and lunch (they close at four. Some of the colorful locals also eat there. They have great licuados (they call them milk shakes). The small size is pleanty big for most people. I played and sang there a couple times. This is Elizabeth and Ranier, from...

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  • Cesar Mariscos no#13 on the...

    Cesar Mariscos no#13 on the map Seafood and lots of it in exquisite sauces to bring out the best in the dish.

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  • In La Ceiba, Expatriates bar...

    In La Ceiba, Expatriates bar and grill. Favourite spot for the local English speaking crowd. Informal with pleasant atmosphere. Satelite TV.Too many to list.Taste and price. One dollar (US) for a plate. Try a local place 'Pollo Marlon'!Chicken, you've never tasted it like that.

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  • Copan Ruinas esta lleno de...

    Copan Ruinas esta lleno de restaurante agradable, elegir uno es difícil. Hay comedores económicos, con buena comida casera y restaurantes elegantes un poco mas caros. Para desayunar es muy recomendable el comedor del Hotel Camino Maya (Cafe Elisa), en uno de los vértices del zocalo. Los fines de semana preparan un buffet de desayuno. En el interior...

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  • Boulangerie

    Boulangerie A real French bakery with fabulous coissants run by a real French family.

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  • Expatriates Bar & grill, in La...

    Expatriates Bar & grill, in La Ceiba, is a casual roof-top restaurant/sports bar, Canadian owned and operated, with a friendly local English speaking staff. It has a good selection of domestic and imported beers, outdoor-grilled foods, reasonable prices and a large screen tv so you don't miss a thing.However, the best restaurant in Honduras, also...

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  • My favorite restaurant was...

    My favorite restaurant was 'The Bite' in West Bay on Roatan Island. The people who work their are very friendly- the cook even grilled tuna we caught while on a fishing trip. They don't take credit cards and they are only open a few days a week. The menu changes daily- we had so much great food I wouldn't know which item to pick!

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