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“Quality food and ambience”
Review of rojo verde & ajo

rojo verde & ajo
Ranked #16 of 225 Restaurants in Tegucigalpa
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Central American
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: The best restaurant in Tegucigalpa
Reviewed 6 August 2014

Always the best food! Had heard about their conch soup on Saturdays!! Finally tried it!!totally worth it!!!

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Thank Luis A
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Reviewed 29 July 2014 via mobile

Tegucigalpa is not a city known by food. This is why in my visits I have eat in different restaurants, and yes they are good but my visits were not the same after I visit this restaurant.
The house makes you feel special and all the food is delicious. There is a local music group as we'll.
For me the "tostaditas de myelitis de cangrejo" was the best dish. We were a group of 10 and could shared and try different flavours.

Thank ECAM53
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Reviewed 29 July 2014

This place has a very elegant and nice ambience, a place that is a strong contender for a place you would go to for a special event such as anniversary and to impress friends and family. The service is pretty solid, we were served in prompt fashion when we went

The food is just slightly above average, slightly along the lines of a chain restaurant like an Olive Garden in the U.S. Decent enough, but nothing that will knock your socks off. Obviously, there are not too many options in the city that serve this type of "Continental" cuisine so the food is special only in that it doesn't have too much competition in this food category in the city.

The food is also very expensive, but that is to be expected considering its aspirations as a high end Euro-style restaurant.

This place is ideal if you value style over substance. If your intent is to go to a swanky option, then you should be pretty satisfied going here. If you are a foodie that values the food over everything else, this is just an ok option.

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Thank Zaperoko
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Reviewed 23 April 2014 via mobile

Its was good but very expensive, but it was worth.
The entrys are very good, service excellent, and location nice.
Go and visit this restaurant.

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Thank Dany-smiths
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Reviewed 4 April 2014

The service was good and all the food was excellent. We had a number of good things, but the most memorable was the beet (as in the root vegetable, not the meat) carpaccio with avocado and arugula and that was one of the best things I've eaten. The menu isn't vegetarian-centric, but it does have decent options for vegetarians.

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1  Thank Sarah_MSPDC
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