After getting mild food poising from street food, I decided to give D'Noz a shot. The place is just next to Panajachel Dock and is overlooking the Lake. Despite great food and location I never notice the place to be crowded. My first meal was a treat and so were the three subsequent ones. The chili burger was so good I ended up going there several more times, that is until one of the days I got one that came on a stale bun, in fact nearly rotting one and the burger itself was over-burned. I did complain to the cook and was offered... an extra slice of cheese and a half of a fresh bun... I ended up talking to the captain and my bill was waived... It took me a few days to get over the disappointment, but just before leaving San Pedro I decided to give it another shot and this time the burger was top notch, so I guess I just had a bad luck that one time... If I had to complain about anything else, that would be the service. I have been at D'Noz possibly 10 times and the place was almost always empty with no more that 3 tables occupied at the time (perhaps I was there too early - 5-6pm), but the waitress (both local and the expat one) always seemed to be busy with something else, chatting on the phone or with friends at the bar and nearly every time I ended up walking back to the counter to get the menu. I also don't know what is the deal with the napkins there but they are not placed on the tables and the only napkin offered is the one that the utensils are coming wrapped in, forcing me to walk again to the counter to get some more. On the plus side, D'Noz Wi-Fi is lighting fast. Overall it is a great place but a few tweaks are badly needed.