Hector’s Carpaccio

Carpaccio at Hector's restaurant in Antigua Guatemala

Today’s a good day to have a carpaccio at Hector’s restaurant in La Antigua Guatemala, don’t you agree?

Even though Héctor’s restaurant does not even have a sign, most locals, including foreign residents, know about this incredible bistro. Like I said before, Héctor’s French-influenced cosmopolitan cuisine is considered by many as Antigua Guatemala’s best kept ‘secret’.

Make sure you also try Hector’s roasted tomatoes, basil and cheese! and the delicious quiche.

Hector's Restaurant Map and Card

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  • Eric

    You are a brilliant photographer, Rudy….. cruel, but brilliant. I almost tried to stick a fork into my computer screen.
    Speaking of Hector’s, is Roberto still painting at the table in the corner? Or has the popularity of Hector’s bistro driven him to another corner of La Antigua?
    Excellent — and delicious — photo

    • @Eric, what you don’t know is that the carpaccio pictured above is the one you and I had. By the way, the name of the painter is Ricardo. See, you are already forgetting things… a trip to Antigua Guatemala is a must, right away! 😉

  • Eric

    Ay, Dios mio! This is what I get for chatting with a photographer who is never wrong. Of course, Ricardo is his name…I have been watching videos in the archive lately…maybe I was just too lazy to do my homework this time?
    Yes, I need a trip to La Antigua, y muy pronto! You wouldn’t believe what I am drinking for coffee lately. 🙁