Comayagua (Spanish pronunciation: [komaˈʝaɣwa]) is a city in Honduras, some 50 miles (80 km) northwest of Tegucigalpa on the highway to San Pedro Sula at an elevation of 1,949 feet (594 m) above sea level.
Things to do in Comayagua
4 based on 8 reviews
Este restaurante fue una agradable sorpresa en mi visita a Comayagua, ya que disfrutamos de excelente comida en un ambiente muy agradable, a la orilla de una laguna para el cultivo de tilapias. Tienes la opción de escoger el pescado que quieres comer, de acuerdo a tu apetito, para que te lo sirvan frito acompañado de tajaditas de platano y un riquisimo curtido, la combinacion perfecta; ademas, tuvimos la oportunidad de probar una exquisita sopa de caracol (definitivamente, de lo mejor de la gastronomia hondureña). Lo recomiendo ampliamente.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
We were looking for a good place to eat meat and a local friend insisted this was the best place to go. I recommend for a big group the parrillada because it has a little bit of everything (shrimp, meat, chicken and chorizo). We were 12 and order two parrilladas and even had some left overs. Their sausage (chorizo) is home made which is not very common for a restaurant and it's great. I had a lemonade prepared with soda and it was perfect for the 93F day we had.
5 based on 1 reviews
Resaturant Specialized In Subs. Each Sub Is Made With Home Baked Bread.there Are More Than 7 Types Of Subs. We Will Make You Love Them. Eat Good,eat At Ninos #bestsubsintown
4 based on 15 reviews
Crab stuffed shrimp is good. Lobster fettuccine was ok. Margarita's were way too sweet. Next time I'll stick with beer/wine. Well decorated interior. Servers try to stay out of the way so if you want something you will need to go and ask or else you'll be waiting a long time. We sat outside and they played music videos similar to what you would find on MTV back in the day on the TV.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
I visited on january 2016, was drawn to the restaurant because of it closeness to the central park and Cathedral. The ambience is very nice, confortable space, air conditioning, bathrooms, ample sitting spaces. Ordered the fried chicken fingers, they were not entirely to my liking. I recommend sticking to the crepes and sandwiches, that is there specialty. The natural juices were great, I tried the watermelon and melon.
5 based on 9 reviews
4.5 based on 2 reviews
En un día de mucho calor, después de ver el casco histórico, vimos el anuncio de un restaurante en un patio interior, que tenía comida apta para niños, y , aunque despistaba un poco porque al avanzar dimos con una lounge que también es del mismo propietario con el mismo nombre, entramos a probar. Pedimos unos filetes de pollo para los niños y para nosotros carne de res con unas ensaladas de atún para compartir Fue la mejor opción. Tuvimos que esperar por la comida porque la hicieron al momento, pero como el ambiente era muy agradable por que la fuente refrescaba el calor no nos importó. Al final, lo mejor vino a la hora de pagar, ya que fue bastante barato. Sin duda de volver a Comayagua repetiríamos
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Let me start with my buddy gave this 4 outta 5 stars. Pork was fatty, BBQ sauce was strange, corn was undercooked. Overall, okay place to eat.
5 based on 6 reviews
I was in Comayagua on business for 5 days and we went to Sabor Colonial three of them. The bar is conveniently located right next to the main square in a safe part of town. The bar tenders were very friendly and all of the prices are very reasonable. We had a wide selection of dishes and everything was great. The steak on the mixed meat plate was wonderful and the shrimp mofongo (a puerto rican dish) was the best I've ever had. We were here for both dinner and late night drinks and always had fun. I will definitely be spending quite a bit more time here next time I am in Honduras. Este restaurante es perfecto.
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