Located at the central market, the Mayan woman in the kitchen of Wiener are more likely to be making pasta, pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, cous cous, soups and salads for the tourists.
Austrian/German dishes include Viennese goulash, scheweinbraten (roast pork), bratwurst, German wieners and schnitzel (chicken, beef or pork).
There are a number of vegetarian dishes on the menu including zucchinischnitzel
There’s something for everyone including Guatemalan dishes such as pepian.
For breakfast there is muesli, a typical Guatemalan plate, pancakes and an omelet.
There are daily lunch (20 quetzales/$2.50 USD) and dinner (35 quetzales/$4.40 USD) specials that include house-made soup.
There seem to be some good drink prices at happy hour (daily 3pm-4pm and 9pm – 10pm). Two drinks such as vodka, whiskey, dacquiris, mojitos, etc are 10 – 13 quetzales ($1,25 - $1.63 USD)
I went on a Monday when the special, according to their online menu, is Austrian goulash. Nope. It was something else. So I decided to try the Austrian dessert instead.
Here's what I had rated from A+ to F -
B - …. Kaiserschmarrm (Austrian pancakes with hot fruit)
C + … Coffee with milk
Service: C … Average
Ambiance: C … Average
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