What to Try at Y Tu Piña Tambien

 

Y Tu Piña Tambien

It’s easy to fall in love with Antigua, Guatemala.  The people are wonderful and sweet.  A little girl wandered into Y Tu Piña Tambien today while I was sitting trying to figure out how to sell photos online.  Seeing the photo opportunity I didn’t want to be the sneaky photographer, so when she wasn’t able to sell any bananas to the manager here (because if you notice there is a huge bunch of bananas hanging from the wall) I offered her payment for a photo which she accepted.  I am in love with her outfit but more in love with how sweet she was.  After I paid her for the photo the manager and I both teared up.  The children here are beautiful, and they work all day.  So I am starting to brain storm on what ways I can help the children.  

Y Tu Piña Tambien | Antigua, Guatemala

So that had nothing to do with this post, but I just wanted to share how the photo came about.  I LOVE Y tu piña tambien, I think it’s beautiful.  So I decided to devote an entire post to the place.  I believe they change their menu occasionally but the atmosphere remains the same, even 10 years later (I visited back around 2006).  I love the colors, and it reminds me of Costa Rica.

They have four yummy smoothies to Try! A chocolate, peanut butter, banana (which is my favorite), a watermelon, strawberry, mint (which is refreshing), an avocado, banana, coconut water (my least favorite), and the pineapple ginger which was my 2nd favorite.

Y Tu Piña Tambien | Antigua, Guatemala

The breakfast is also delicious and simple.  They have a typical breakfast with eggs, black beans, and fried plantains.  

Y Tu Piña Tambien | Antigua, Guatemala

I don’t know about most travelers, but any time I am in a new country, my stomach takes it’s sweet time to adjust to the food.  It’s probably just me.  But I love this place because I can eat light.  I love the peanut butter banana cinnamon sandwich.  Yes it’s simple, but I would have never thought to put cinnamon on it!  And it’s great.

Y Tu Piña Tambien | Antigua, Guatemala

If you’re looking for an inexpensive breakfast option get the muffin, and add a side of avocado or potatoes. 

Y Tu Piña Tambien | Antigua, Guatemala

With so many places to choose from in Antigua, Guatemala, it can get a little overwhelming, I am definitely starting to pick out my favorite spots and will be sharing more places with you this week!

Talk to you soon,

Ronda

Y Tu Piña Tambien | Antigua, Guatemala

2 Comments

  1. May 12, 2016 / 10:18 pm

    Ronda, I loved reading this touching story! And this restaurant sounds like such a charming place with delicious food. Great photos!

    I’ll definitely be adding this one to my list of places to visit on my travels in Guatemala. :) Thanks for sharing.

    • May 13, 2016 / 1:22 pm

      Thank you Brittany! Yes I hope you get to visit the cafe. You have to let me know when you are in Guatemala. It would be awesome if it worked out for us to meet up! :)

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