The service here is very fast! The food is good, and all the staff is friendly. Worth a stop on your way!
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This is a good place to stop and eat, rest your legs, and use the restroom while on a road trip on CA 1. We stopped here to do just that. The food was good, reasonably priced, and they have wifi. The restaurant is clean...More
Hi Rickeys-Travels, Thank you so much for your comments. We hope you return to Kapé Paulinos. Regards,
We were travelling through here and stopped for lunch. Food was very good, good choices, and reasonably priced, service was quick. Clean restrooms
Thanks to you Dennis !!
Traveling with friends to the highlands of Guatemala, we stopped at Kape Paulinos for brunch. It was lovely! The choices were extensive, and the food was delivered quickly and was delicious. Hope to make a return visit on my next trip.
To texaschic987: Thank you very much !!
I bring groups here and eat here each time I am traveling between Guatemala City and Quetzaltenango ! Whether it is breakfast, lunch, dinner or a coffee stop you will not be dissapointed! Great breakfast with a wonderful variety of food! Great longaniza sausage made...More
Dear ftyso: Thank you very much !!
We had a wonderful meal with good service. The food came quickly and prices were decent. The chorizo was a bit undercooked, but overall everyone was satisfied with their orders.More
Estimado cliente, muchas gracias por sus comentarios en TripAdvisor. Espero que regrese, para tener la oportunidad de saludarle personalmente. Con...More
This is the 3rd time we have eaten in Kape Paulino's in Tecpan, Guatemala. It is right on the Pan American highway about one-half hour south of Solola. There is a large variety of food but I prefer the steak and cheese sandwich on grilled...More
Nice place to stop and have a good cup of coffee and toasted "tortìllas" with melted cheese, jam or "longanizas". Very cozzy, not expensive at all. It is a mandatory stop if you are on the way to Atitlan Lake or Quetzaltenango. No matter what...More
If you happen to visit this place, do not forget to order the fondue made with Chancol, and order toasted tortillas. Tastes great!
Fun, fun place to take the whole family. Outside on the grounds and porch are vendors who sell everything from fruit to nuts - literally! Food service is quick and they speak English. There were 5 adults and 1 baby in our group and we...More