This restaurant offers a Parisian-style Bistro experience in Antigua. It has an open space floor plan with an open kitchen. The only Absinthe bar in Antigua. Expect an extensive and well-thought-out wine list. Come relax with bistro fare and a glass of wine in the heart of Antigua Guatemala.
We’ve been twice now and can’t stop thinking about the key lime pie. Great steak frites, beet salad, salmon gravlax all very good. Only thing we didn’t like was the duck. The decor is lacking and not up to speed with how good the food is. Service was very good, decent wines by the glass.” -Susan Brooks
“You have to keep your eyes peeled for this one as you can easily pass it by on the street. It’s a cozy spot on the corner with dark lighting and true to its French theme. You can browse the wine bottles along the walls, learn French vocabulary from the decor, and above all–enjoy a top notch French meal. Gluten free friendly. I ordered the confit de canard–to date its the least expensive duck I’ve found in Antigua. Comes with a tomato based green lentil stew and topped with balsamic glazed microgreens. The staff was very friendly and made a great wine recommendation. The duck and wine will cost you around $23, but it’s certainly top notch and such great value. My brother ordered the hamburger and fries which was a HUGE plate. He loved it though.” -Elizabeth Brewer
Founded by renowned American Chef Robbin Haas in 2007, this French Bistrot has served local patrons and tourists for the past 15 years.