Eat and drink
Food inspired by Mayan gods
Guatemalan cuisine reflects the multicultural nature of the country, which offers different flavors depending on the region.
Most typical Guatemalan food is based on Maya cuisine and is characterized by having as its ingredients based on corn, different chilies, cocoa, coffee, beans, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, bananas, apasote, among others.
Especially in the Arco de Santa Catalina, one of the most emblematic monuments proudly reveals the identity of the city of La Antigua. Just under the arch, a place that has been part of the Guatemalan traditions for more than 400 years ago, is Restaurante Del Arco.
This restaurant is located in the former convent of Santa Catalina Martir, which has totally original architecture and colonial buildings, with large gardens and spaces techados- where history and flavor of Antigua combined.
For lovers of the finest cuts at the Arch Restaurant specializes in grilled side dishes carefully prepared with typical Guatemalan cuisine and offer dishes of national cuisine using the finest, freshest local ingredients and exotic.
Each dish on the menu is the perfect complement to a unique dining experience, mixing extraordinary flavors that delight the palate.
Pepián Chicken, Jocón Chicken, Shrimp Ceviche, Plato or Plato Typical Chapin. * Cymbals season.
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