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Bistrot Cinq

  • $$$
  • French

Guatemalan colonial meets French country bistro at one of the city's newest eateries. Trout amandine, pied de cochon , and steak frites...

Café Barista

  • $$
  • Café

This one-time bank underwent a 2009 makeover, and now hustles and bustles with all the commotion of a big-city café. Coffees, teas,...

Café Condesa

  • $
  • Café

Breakfast starts at 6:45 am, and specials such as toast topped with strawberries, papaya, or mango, and omelets made with fresh vegetables...

Café Flor

  • $
  • Thai

The friendly proprietors serve a menu that includes Thai curries, Chinese noodles, and Indian vegetable dishes. Be careful—some of...

Café Mediterráneo

  • $
  • Italian

For Italian food in the city, this tiny restaurant can't be beat. Northern Italian specialties, delicious antipasti, and delicate homemade...

Café Opera

  • $$
  • Italian

You half expect Enrico Caruso to emerge from the shadows when you walk into this trattoria a couple of blocks from La Merced church.

Café de la Fuente

  • $
  • Café

This popular eatery takes over the courtyard of La Fuente, a classy collection of shops in a renovated colonial estate. Classical music...

Doña Luisa Xicotencatl

  • $
  • Café

This restaurant—named after the mistress of Spanish conquistador Pedro de Alvarado—is something of a local institution; tables are...

El Pescador Italiano

  • $$
  • Italian

This fun place behind the cathedral has quickly gained cachet with Antigua's foreign population, expat and tourist alike, who have made...

El Sereno

  • $$$$
  • Latin American

One of Antigua's original elegant restaurants is in a 16th-century house near La Merced church a few blocks north of the Parque Central.