The allure of Travel Menu totally eludes me. Both locals and tourists seem to love the joint.
Yes the food is cheap and the portions are generous (32 quetzales or $4 USD for an entrée), but it is about as interesting and tasty as the iceberg lettuce on the plate. The restaurant is microscopically small, dark and uncomfortable.
In addition to soup, two salads, guacamole and a sandwich, there are four items on the menu (each with a choice of chicken, beef or tofu): Guatemalan typical plate, chow mien, stir fry and curry. If you favor gringo-ized versions of any of these, this is your place.
Here's what I had rated from A+ to F -
C - … Tofu Guatemalan typical plate
C - … Lemonade
Service: C + … Slightly above average
Ambiance: C - … Slightly below average
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