El Patio is the typical Honduran place to eat. The restaurant is in a large thatched roof structure with an open kitchen and lots of greenery. Tropical is the word here.
The food is great. Definitely, arrive with an appetite. You will NOT go away hungry. Portions are enough for you and a friend, or a good size take home plate. Meat is the main food here, and they know their stuff. But the menu is varied, and also contains chicken and seafood. Beef shish ka bob (pincho) is the specialty of the house, but is also served as a chicken or shrimp antree as well.
The atmosphere is friendly and family style, very down to earth. But you're as likely to be sitting next to the president of the central bank, as the guy next door. Everyone comes to this place for a good time and good eating.
Service can be sketchy, but only at really peak times, as the place fills to overflowing at times.
Evenings will sometimes see wandering musicians or dancers which make the place even more lively. A fun time is had by all here.
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