Reviews on Latin food in Coxen Hole, Bay Islands, Honduras. Coxen Hole, is the largest city on the island of Roatán, and the capital of the Bay Islands department of Honduras, with a population of 5,070 as of census 2001. It is also the location of the island's Juan Manuel Gálvez International Airport.
Our restaurant is located on the main road and features a comfortable outdoor dining area and delicious seafood, among other things. Our garlic shrimp and conch fritters have become island favorites, and many of our customers love the chance to relax in a
I ate here during a blackout last week, and I'm so glad I did. They have fantastic conch fritters, and their garlic shrimp are out of this world. I can't recommend them highly enough.
4 based on 1723 reviews
The first restaurant has 16 years of trajectory founded in 2001 by Andres and Valeria an Argentine couple who fell so deeply in love with the island that chose it as a home. They went out of their way to make the restaurant as unique as possible in every
We live on an island where we are constantly reminded of the effects we have on the environment. I came to the restaurant and asked for a glass of water. The waiter asked if I wanted a plastic water bottle... I said NO a glass of water to which he responded he was not allowed to give me a glass of water and he would get in trouble if he did. Apparently the management has strictly prohibited giving costumers glasses of water . What kind of restaurant denys their costumer a glass of water ? Food was average but never coming again..
4 based on 571 reviews
Had been looking for somewhere to get breakfast and check emails as hotel WiFi wouldnot connect to a pc. Great food and very understanding about need for WiFi!
4 based on 299 reviews
We are family business, dedicated to serve our clients and costumers, with the best in Caribbean, Latin, Honduran Traditional Food. Our daily specials and traditional baleadas are a most. We also ahve a shopping center with everything you need to make you
We've been here every time we travel to Roatan. The place is not fancy by any means. You can sit downstairs or upstairs where you get a breeze. The food is good and inexpensive. It is a local place that the locals frequent. We ordered a plantain with crema, a platter of beef, pork, and chicken, which arrived with beans, cheese, fried plantain chips, and pico, along with drinks. All of this set us back just $15, and fed 4 of us. We also got an order of baleadas, with eggs, cheese, and crema. Just plain old good local food. It also has a small grocery store where you can pick stuff. Of course we'll return.
4 based on 39 reviews
WELCOME, WELCOME, WELCOME!!! We welcome you to discover the place of total relaxation, while enjoying the unique flavor and culture of Madah's Kitchen, in this beautiful Caribbean Bay Islands! We serve traditional Island food, supported by family recipes
We were on a hellish cruise that barely got into port, waited four hours to be transported to land and found this little gem. African influenced cooking with nice spices, the problem is you have to constantly fend off the flies that find their cooking delicious as well. Management is a bit in disarray, just the way Latin America reminded me, time to go with the flow and chill.Sir/Madam Thanks so much for your,and will also like to imform you that living in the Caribean there is so much to learn,such as the flies that increase due to the fruit season and as a people with a strong culture are always working to bring comfort and peace to our clients. THANKS SO MUCH TO FOR CHOOSING MADAHS KITCHEN COME AGAIN.
4 based on 232 reviews
A warm friendly atmosphere will greet you at the Sunken Fish, we would like you to feel relaxed and enjoy your time with us. Rustic Honduran surroundings, spacious tables and the best ocean views, come and enjoy a sunset drink perhaps we can tempt you wit
My wife and I were surprised and exceedingly pleased to discover this little gem of a restaurant situated within the boutique Tranquilseas dive resort located in Sandy Bay. Tranquilseas resort itself is a beautiful property which is comprised of several room levels cascading gently down to the beach from the road, with funky island architecture built around lush tropical landscaping.The setting from the third level offers perfect views overlooking Sandy Bay's beautiful beach and water. The menu is varied with many native dishes available, and the food and drinks were allextremely tasty and reasonably priced. In fact, the best endorsement we can make is that we initially visited for lunch one day, only to return three more times during our one week stay in Roatan, including a special Friday night dinner where we were joined by Roatan natives who also came to enjoy the restaurant's ambience!Highly recommended, you will not be disappointed!!
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