Matching Antigua's abundance of top-notch hotels, boutique inns, and B&Bs, the city has a wide range of excellent dining options. In addition to the places listed below, Bistrot 5, 4a Calle Oriente, #7 (tel. 502/7832-5510; www.bistrotcinq.com), is a cozy French bistro run by the same folks who have Nokiate , while Fusion, 1a Calle Poniente, #9 (tel. 502/7882-4516), is a new spot serving up its namesake cuisine. Long-standing Nicolás, 4a Calle Oriente, #20 (tel. 502/7832-0471), serves quality Continental and international fare, and La Matilde, 6a Calle Poniente, #6 (tel. 502/7832-0478), serves up fancy fusion takes on Guatemalan classics. Finally, Café Mediterráneo, 6a Calle Poniente, #6A (tel. 502/7832-7180), and Queso y Vino, 1a Calle Poniente, #1 (tel. 502/7832-7785), are both very good bets for Italian cuisine.
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