Good food with an excellent list too choose from. I like the ambience of the different rooms with unique historical items.
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To start with, this is an old house, very nice preserved. It has an old town feel to it with all the Honduran trimmings. It's nicely decorated, tranquil even if it is right smack in the middle of the central park area. It has a really nice indoor patio where you can enjoy your meal, drinks or a nice coffee.... More
A quiet and relaxed place, Karen and Rudy are just wonderful hosts. No rush menu and an original flavour to their dishes, makes my Sunday a memorable one. The chicken curry pincho or the meat perfectly cooked are just happy food.
The food was good. It takes a long time for them to serve you. A couple of people from my party and myself got the stomach flue after eating there.
Excellent little restaurant in the beautiful Valley of the Angels. We have eaten here many times and the food is outstanding and the owners are delightful, remembering us each time we stop in. The pace is low key and there couldn't be a better place to enjoy a nice meal. Valley is a great town to visit with lots of... More
A friend working in Tegucigalpa found La Casa de Las Abuelas while visiting Valle de Angeles with her family a few months back. When I came to visit we made a special trek up into the mountains just to eat there. From the moment we walked into the courtyard I knew it was going to be good: Big, meaty kabobs... More
Although we were there first, and we told them we were very tired from driving, they refused to serve us until a large party who had made reservations, but were not there yet when we arrived, were accomodated. They left us sitting in the the courtyard sipping lemonade for an hour. There were only four of us. What they can't... More
A friend and I were in Teguz last week for a visit to the Embassy. We decided to go up to the mountains one day, and stumbled ( litereally ) into this place. Absolutely wonderful old, charming, buildling, with a lovely courtyard. we had a long, leisurely lunch with terrific food and a very good visit with our hosts for... More
Beautiful historic home converted to a restaurant. Inside and courtyard dining. The owners are friendly, welcoming, and informative. The food is excellent. Great variety of choice on the menu and excellently prepared, fresh foods. I had grilled lamb pinchos and my friend had eggs ranchero - both were to die for and well presented. Could have spent the whole day... More
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