We came upon this restaurant by accident as The Bungalow is next door (and closed).
During our two week stay in Tela, we ate there 4 times. On one occasion, the power was out all over town but I remembered that they cook with charcoal. Problem solved.
We have had burgers, carne assada and pork chops. Their hot dip is fabulous.
The owner, Alex, speaks English as he lived in Texas. His wife, Gabby is very nice but speaks Spanish only.
Restaurant draws a crowd which slows service a bit but it is worth it. Prices are very reasonable.
Bring your own diet soda.
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