The coffee shop craze has hit Central America hard, and Tegucigalpa is no stranger to the scene. It was to be expected, Honduras produces fine coffee and we should all enjoy it here at home. Although there are many great coffee shops in Honduras, there is one that really stands out on its own. I am talking about Cafe Galeano in Tegucigalpa.
The Restaurant name is Carmela, and it has a nice atmosphere. They serve great pizza and pasta. The waiting staff was friendly and good looking. They took good care of us. Prices were right and the wine was great. Two of us ordered pasta, the other a salad. We were all delighted with our food, which we enjoyed.
As with the rest of Honduras, chic coffee shops are serving gourmet in La Ceiba. It is refreshing to know that you can find World Class Honduras coffee right here, in La Ceiba. Following is a selection of the top coffee shops in La Ceiba where you can relax while you drink a great cup of Honduras grown coffee.
The Old Expatriates Bar and Grill is now 0101. It turns out that as of 2017 this new establishment is now open in the same locale. Although it might seem like an unlikely name for a bar and restaurant, it makes a lot of sense.
So if you would like to know where the best Mexican Food in San Pedro Sula is, I am happy to provide the answer. At Donde Ofelia.
It is a fact that small rural restaurants in Honduras have a special taste to their food. Perhaps it is because they serve authentic organic meals. It could also be because the use of local herbs. Many are actually cooked with wood ovens or stoves, and may get their unique taste from that.
There is no doubt that trying new foods puts some pizzazz into your vacations. Enjoying a gastronomic experience is part of a great holiday. So you will ask, which are the unique flavors of Honduras?
West End Village offers a beach front community that has attracted many foreigners. As a result, creativity is always present.
Recently, while on a quick trip to Roatan, I set out on the task of finding a good restaurant that I had not yet visited. After several inquiries, I decided upon Roatan Oasis. It was a good decision!
Twisted Tanya’s is probably the best restaurant in town. It also serves really ice cold beer, but the prices are certainly not on par with Honduran prices.