This is a very small restaurant tucked away just south of the main plaza. The pasta was obviously home made and the sauces were excellent. It is a bit pricey but worth it. If you go before 7 wine is two for one, even if you are eating past seven (when we asked for the check and one us had only had one glass of wine, the proprietor insisted we have another). We had calamari as a starter with olive oil and garlic; it came with freshly baked foccacia and both were excellent. This is a place for a leisurely meal as everything is made by the single chef. It was half Guatemalans and half gringos and the locals all knew each other and knew the chef. Highly recommended.
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