Friends suggested this restaurant in Guatemala City, and Trip Advisor reviewers seemed to indicate that the food was good despite the touristy ambience. We enjoyed the traditional dress of the waiters and the indigenous ambience, but found the food only so-so. We shared the ceviche, and it was good, although a little sweeter than we're used to, and some of the fish seemed to be a little 'ripe'. My companion had the lobster, which was somewhat overcooked, salty, and far from the best lobster we've had. I had the royal concoction - poultry and pork stewed in a tomato-based sauce with an interesting flavor. Overall though, I'm glad I'm a regular citizen instead of a king, if that's what they ate! Overall, fun ambience, but the food wasn't worth the time or the price.