Our tour guide, Juan Carlos Garcia, suggested that we stop here for breakfast since we left Guatemala City at 6:30 AM to go to Chichicastenango. He was apprehensive that we would not like the food and we were apprehensive,too, as we did not know what to expect.
The waiters were very attentive, friendly and efficient. The breakfast was good. I was not used to having bean soup with my breakfast but eating oat meal (free) that came with my order was good. The over-medium fried eggs were a little over done but they were delicious. The fried longaniza (sausage) was a bit spicy for me but was just right for my husband. He ordered some bacon ( extra) just to try it. It was not as salty as I expected. I love the fresh hot chocolate made with fresh kacao. It was so good. I wish we had that here in the US.
The outside had art work and lots of fresh fruit for sale. I would have liked to stay there longer but we were pressed for time. Next time, I will stay much longer !
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