A Little bit disappointed with the food and prices. Chicken was undercooked. We were the only customers.
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Cause of the music the place is very amusing. When we were there the ladies played xylophone - afterwards a band played live music. Very muscial - very enjoyable - we had a very nice eve. The food was fine. Staff friendly.
The above phrase should be ingrained into the brains of everyone who sat through Miguel's evening show... The patriarch of this family business makes sure that everyone knows his family's story during the dinner. The food was good, the mohito was the best we had...More
We had an enjoyable dinner of delicious guacamole/chips and pepian. The marimba playing daughters were a delight, but the real treat was listening to the owner talk about the challenges and achievements in his own life.
The food is certainly nothing to write home to mother about but the entertainment is great. The performers obviously know their genre very well.
The food was great & the decor was pleasant. We got the Guatemalan Plate for 70Q The carrot soup, chips, guacamole, beans, & fried plantains were delicious. The rice & beef were average to good. The ladies are sweet. It was midweek during the quiet...More
The owner Miguel gave a great presentation about Mayan culture, while his wife prepared the food and his daughters played the marimba. I had the Orangeade with soda to drink which was excellent. The guacamole and chips were very good. The main course was chicken...More
We ate dinner here one night. My husband had beef and I had shrimp, both came with a big scoop of guac on the side, beans, and a delicious carrot soup to start the meal with. The food was good and definitely in big portions....More
Really lked this restaurant which was recommended by our guide, the food was nice and the staff friendly. There was a group of 3 girls playing the xylophone and Guatemala music. The price was good too