The service was very good and a lot of variation on the menu. The Tbone was prepared as i had asked and in the morning the 'pastel de macadamia' was just delicious.
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We will definitely eat here again because the food is pretty good but can take an hour. It seems to me like there is no trained professional service people in the restaurant business in the region. Certainly does not meet the expectations of this gringo...More
I came here on business for dinner with our Guatemalan supplier. The meat was delicious and drinks were excellent. The low lighting and pond inside make it feel comforting and relaxing. We met the owner and had an interesting conversation with him. Wonderful place to...More
A hidden gem. Owner raised, aged beef. A real treat in Guatemala! Dine in comfort surrounded by beautiful orchids. Meals cooked to perfection. Staff quick and attentive without hovering. Fresh local greens for the salads. Wonderful deserts. Don't miss the macadamia nut pie. Enjoyed dinner...More
This review is of the restaurant since we didn't stay at the hotel. The restaurant is a must go in Coban. The food and service are excellent. We had the "lechugua a la parilla" as appetizer. We had never had a grilled lettuce salad, which...More
We were very lucky to find Casa d'Acuña while visiting Coban for a three day business stay. The place is worth a visit. We had dinner on our first night in Coban and were pleasantly surprised by the atmosphere and the menu. My wife ordered...More
This is definitely worth a trip if in the Coban area of Guatemala. The food is a little pricey (for Guatemalan standards), but well worth the price. The atmosphere is very nice...think Italy meets Guatemala, and the service is very, very good!
I had visited Casa D'Acuña as it was recommended by a colleague last year. Both times I've been there have been very satisfying, first with a calzone and recently with one of the best spaghetti Alfredos I've had in a long time. The staff are...More