Tegucigalpa (Spanish pronunciation: [teɣusiˈɣalpa or teɣuθiˈɣalpa], formally Tegucigalpa, Municipality of the Central District, Spanish: Tegucigalpa, Municipio del Distrito Central or Tegucigalpa, M.D.C.), commonly referred to as Téguz, is the capital and largest city of Honduras along with its twin sister, Comayagüela.
Things to do in Tegucigalpa
4.5 based on 113 reviews
This is the perfect place for an afternoon coffee or a great meal. Their menu is very Chic and delicious. They really pay attention to the presentation of each dish, everything is delicious and well made. They have outstanding service, very friendly and accommodating. I love their gourmet store, with everything from herbs, to imported cheeses, pates, chocolates and everything to cater your taste buds. They make great gift baskets, very unique. It's a must visit while in Tegucigalpa.
4.5 based on 151 reviews
If you like soups this is the place to go. Tortilla soup is good. But is so good, they ran out of soup. They also have Sandwich, and they are good.
4 based on 134 reviews
The best restaurant in Tegucigalpa
Service was great but a little pushy and felt rushed for a slow Monday. Food was great from starters to dessert... outstanding Highly recommend the dulce de Leche volcano. Sangria was good but had lots of juice. Place is very nice but can become very very loud by the others eating so not really a place for romantic dinner. Music was spot on, very Miami lounge.
4.5 based on 220 reviews
Offering a variety in meats and seafood, Factory Steak and Lobster has the best selection when it comes to having a delightful meal with our diverse menu and a selection of wines chosen by our sommelier.
Same country (Honduras), same hotel ownership (Real), same hote chain (Intercontinental), same restaurant name (Factory). You fell at home. Or bothered, or both.
Anyway, you eat here and there, and you make comparison. Eased by the almost same menu.
Average is definitely good. Ambience is fine, maybe a little overly setup, innatural.
Food is excellent (some points above its name-sake in San Pedro).
Service could be told to be fine, if you hadn't the match in San Pedro: and there's no match. Factory San Pedro wins ten to one.
Here you are serviced, there you get pampered.
Here (Tegus) everything works as it should, but is impersonal, there (San Pedro Sula) you get what you expect ... and much more. The mere fact that staff works as a staff in Tegus, and as a team in SP has value. In Tegus you have anonomous waiters, in SP the first thing you get is the welcoming smile of Nicole and the name of the person that will take care of your dinner. Is that the same?
Again, kitchen works better in Tegus. And the place is such that doesn't spread over kitchen smell throughout the place.
It all depends on what you're looking for.
4.5 based on 182 reviews
When you’re ready to leave the day’s stresses behind, the Nau Lounge welcomes you with an upbeat atmosphere. From the hip outdoor Terrace with live DJ music, to our sushi corner serving a variety of sushi rolls, tempura, sashimi and more. Nau is the only Bar in town offering upscale valet parking so you can enjoy the evening starting from the moment of your arrival!
4.5 based on 416 reviews
4.5 based on 331 reviews
Our Restaurant offers a casual atmosphere where you can enjoy local and international cuisine. At "Las Cuatro Estaciones" you would enjoy of the best buffet service in town with a different option (theme) every day, and also an exquisite variety of “a la carte” courses .
4.5 based on 374 reviews
Food is decent, prices are exaggerated. View is great but parking is limited and a hassle if it's raining, expect to get dirty. I also remember my wedding was at La Cumbre, I was overcharged and service was less than average.
4 based on 189 reviews
We serve the best of Peruvian cuisine. We have dishes created from the fusion of the local with the Peruvian. Great atmosphere for relaxing and for business.
Firstly, the menu is excellent, in terms of the way it is presented and appears. I speak zero Spanish and this restaurant is the first one I have been to in Latin America (and I have traveled to all countries in Latin America except Nicaragua, Paraguay, Bolivia and Equador) that shows such accurate pictures of every dish. It makes it really difficult not to order 20 things on the menu. The portion sizes are very big, so be careful when ordering even though the restaurant allows to take food to go.
Now, the food itself is spectacular. It is extremely delicious and the flavours are ridiculously good. The staff are super awesome friendly and speak both English and Spanish. I am in Honduras for another 12 days. I am a single guy and I can safely say, given the huge variety of the menu and my excellent experience today, I will happily be back for multiple meals before I leave. Of all my reviews on TripAdvisor, this restaurant quality is by far the best. Love it, love it, love it
4.5 based on 124 reviews
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