It's chile rellenos, tamales, tostadas and burritos here! Except, this is Guatemalan instead of Mexican, meaning that most dishes are a little milder ... More
It's chile rellenos, tamales, tostadas and burritos here! Except, this is Guatemalan instead of Mexican, meaning that most dishes are a little milder and served in a cream sauce with black beans and rice on the side. It's also very casual, nestled between bookstores and student cafes on funky Fourth Avenue. Outside seating is available on the shaded patio surrounded by statuettes spouting cool water, which makes dining at the Maya Quetzal a very pleasurable experience on hot Tucson summer nights. Central American imagery with images of volcanoes and Indian gods adorn the walls in bright colors. Try the chile relleno with walnuts and spinach and consider the rice-based horchata as a soft drink refreshment.
This is an amazing little restaurant in the Old Pueblo. Maya Quetzal Restaurant is a very family oriented place.The food is so incredible. Their chiles rellenos are a delightful surprise, stuffed with spinach, walnut and cheese. They also offer a tasty salsa. You will be able to pick from many vegetarian dishes. You will crave their food over and over.
The food is excellent, I love the specialty rice. It's nice to have Latin American food available here in Tucson. I also love the fact that they offer a variety of Vegetarian dishes. The atmosphere and service are one of a kind. All of my visits have been relaxing and very pleasant. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone who is looking for excellent food and great service.
I love the freshness of the food and the new dishes I'd never seen before. I live in Santa Cruz, California, and come to Tucson maybe once a year. And a trip to Maya Quetzal is always a MUST. I've never found another restaurant quite like it. It's simple, small, unpretentious and GOOD! The Guatemalan menu is a variation on the Mexican food I've had all my life, but with some fun twists. I'm about to go back this weekend for the first time in a year, so I'm not remembering the exact names of all the dishes. But my favorite so far has been the Plato Maya, which includes a fun pastry-like item called a media luna. Enjoy!
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