Reviews on Steakhouse food in Panajachel, Western Highlands, Guatemala. Panajachel (Spanish pronunciation: [panaxaˈtʃel], Pana) is a town in the southwestern Guatemalan Highlands, less than 90 miles from Guatemala City, in the department of Sololá. It serves as the administrative centre for the surrounding municipality of the same name. The elevation is 1,597 metres (5,240 ft). Population was 11 thousand in the 2000 census, estimated as 15,000 now (Insituto Nacional de Estadística de Guatemala), and has approximately doubled each of the last few decades. The town of Panajachel is located on the Northeast shore of Lake Atitlán, and has become a centre for the tourist trade of the area as it provides a base for visitors crossing the lake to visit other towns and villages.
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4 based on 457 reviews
We ate here for dinner and the food was delicious and service was great! They have live music some nights. We all enjoyed our steaks and they have a delicious chimichurri sauce. The prices are reasonable.
5 based on 53 reviews
A couple minutes out of town, in the Barrio Norte neighborhood of Panajachel, you will find our tranquil oasis and a wide variety of culinary delights. All of our products are top quality imported and domestic and made to order. Additionally, we have a ca
La Taberna del Barrio is well worth the walk or tuktuk ride up to Barrio Norte! The setting is really beautiful, indoors and out. The food (lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch--with homemade bagels!) is yummy! Lori the owner is a wonderful hostess and the other staff are very welcoming and helpful. We'll be back, again and again!Oh, thank you so much for being a patron and taking the time to write this lovely review. You will be pleased to know that during this holiday season we will be adding more items to our menu that cater to a wider variety of dietary needs. We will look forward to your feedback on some of these new delights!
3 based on 50 reviews
I appreciate how quick they are here. The food is decent. I had pizza once, which was fine. The individual is pretty big! I also had chicken tacos, which were good. Prices are decent- comparable to other places in Pana.They also have a gate that means there are fewer handicraft vendors coming inside.They reluctantly accepted my credit card, but prefer cash payment. Nothing unique about this place, but it's a safe choice with lots of variety.
We had a nice dinner here. The menu was varied with beef, chicken, fish / seafood, pasta and various sandwiches. Weâve learned from eating at a few different places in Pana that their menu offers what tends to be typical foods in the area. Matter of fact, the menu was identical down to pictures and descriptions to a restaurant across the street called Pato Pac but Cuyacoâs prices were slightly less on a couple of items. Iâd go back again.
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