I've never eaten at the restaurant but have often frequented the deli when I decided to splurge. Best sourdough crispy/chewy baguettes I've encountered almost anywhere including the States (and the only great value in the store for 15Q each); great pickles; nice selection of cheeses; great selection of meats sliced in person, including smoked turkey crusted with black peppercorns; they also have in their freezer a variety of hard to find meats and cuts like lamb, duck, ground turkey patties, etc. They also occasionally rotisserie their own chicken and sometimes have roast quail. But, it is all pretty costly. The turkey patties I bought were over $10/pound, but, for some of the only ground turkey I would trust in Guatemala it was worth it for wonton soup. The owner said they also owned a farm where most of the meat came from. For stew meat, oxtails and the like, I'd recommend going to the market early in the mornings on market days, instead of Epicure.
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