My wife and I are taking our adopted 5 year old back to Guatemala to give him a first visit back to his roots. We will be accompanied by his 89 year old grandma who is very adventurous but can't tolerate spicy foods and his god-mother who eats fish but not chicken or red meat.
We will be 4 days in Zona 10 of Guatemala City and 4 days at La Antigua. Also 4 days in Panachel -- which we didn't go to on previous trips.
Based on my wife's and my first visits to finalize adoption, I would go back in GC to Kakao and in Antigua to that touristy place that Clinton ate at and that one that's a hotel with multiple lobby spaces and a woman who is making tortillas all through the meal (I don't remember the name of either one but I know others will know what I am talking about). But I welcome thoughts on other places. In GC, Jake's? Tamarindo's? We can go upscale but don't need to. We don't need to avoid touristy places but don't mind avoiding them if we can.
Based on the composition of our group, I guess we need impressive food with variety and something acceptable for a child.
Calle 2-19A, Zona 10, Guatemala City, Guatemala 01010, GT