Dining Rooms of Guatemala
You eat divinely well in Guatemala, and most people spend their lives eating, food stalls are everywhere in the street, on the sidewalk, in houses, on farms, in homes wher there are then carried food to offices or sold by the window (with a paper that says "no bread, no chocobananos, no lunch ..."), and the food is tasty, fresh and varied. A typical meal in a restaurant is more or less 12 to 15 Quetzales, or less than one and a half euros. This includes a plate, usually a chicken broth with rice, beans, three tortillas de mais, a soda, and sometimes a fruit or dessert. If you do not want to stand up or sit down to eat street food there Chéveres Lunches, which are like hot dogs, shucos, which are Chéveres, but with guacamole, and the sausage is made in steam but the guy puts you in a steak and cut into small pieces with cabbage, and you put your sauce on, with pupusas, which is cookie dough, mixed with mais with beans, meat or cheese, tamales, corn gruel, and more.