Dining Area at Quesos y Vinos Restaurant

Dining Area at Quesos y Vinos Restaurant

It is good to know you can move inside the dining area in case you can not stay in the patio due to rain or if it’s too cold outside.

I have only have a couple of items from the Quesos y Vinos Restaurant menu: Paninos and Pizza and I was delighted with both options. As a matter of fact, it’s widely known secret that the best pizza in La Antigua Guatemala can only be found at Quesos y Vinos Restaurant.

DISCLAIMER: I have not receive any economic or otherwise incentive for this review. It is only my opinion thus far. However, if they do offer a free lunch after reading this entry, believe me, I will not turn it down. ;-)

800 PAGES MILESTONE UPDATE: Shoot, I forgot to mention that with this entry LAGDP has published 800 pages. Oh well, it’s just another number to go by…

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  • Guayo

    I like this blog but it would be great if I could enjoy it with

    http://piclens.com/lite/

    try to use it and we all can enjoy more of the beautiful Antigua… I miss the Arc

  • http://chennaimadras.blogspot.com R.Shantaram

    I am glad I accepted your lunch suggestion! Looks like I can stay here from lunch to lunch without moving outside!!

  • Michelle Tedesco

    Quesos y Vinos – The best and my favorite.

  • http://nicedailyphoto.blogspot.com angela

    I’d love to eat here..inside or out.

    (I’ve just finished reading a novel based in La Antigua..it’s nice to see some photos of the place)

  • Gina

    Thanks for the review.
    Looks like a great place to eat.
    I’m sure we will find it when we vacation in Antigua
    later this summer!

  • http://kellykirbyfisher.blogspot.com Kelly

    Wow! I was thrilled to stumble upon your blog! These pictures brought back so many memories from my last trip to Guatemala….makes me want to leave my office and go back right now! :)

  • Jason

    I ate here tonight on your suggestion and i can’t say I was impressed. I haven’t been here long but we waited 30 minutes before someone took our orders, and 30 minutes for the check after we asked for it. People also kept asking us if we had already ordered, and they brought me the wrong drink. The food wasn’t bad but I don’t think I’ll be gong here again anytime soon.

    Thanks though for your suggestion of La Casa de las Mixtas! It was wonderful and I plan to go there often. Although it was pretty impossible to find an address anywhere, and a lot of people we asked hadn’t heard of it, it was well worth it when we found it.