Eating authentically prepared food lets you taste the very essence of a country without chewing on its national flag. Salute global cuisine with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$21 for a Guatemalan dinner for two (up to a $42.47 value)
- Two entrees
- Choice of two of the following: one appetizer, two drinks or one pitcher of sangria, or one dessert<p>
$41 for a Guatemalan dinner for four (up to a $84.94 value)
- Four entrees
- Choice of two of the following: two appetizers, four drinks or two pitchers of sangria, or two desserts<p>
The chefs at Maya Quetzal have plated authentic Guatemalan eats for more than two decades. “Tasty, well-prepared food has been a defining characteristic of this little Guatemalan restaurant since it opened,” says the Tucson Citizen, which goes on to praise the cheesy house rice and the pollo en pepian—shredded chicken simmered in a sauce of chili peppers, peanuts, tomato, green tomatillo, pumpkin seeds, and sesame seeds. Customers are especially fond of Maya Quetzal’s many vegetarian options, which include the spinach-and-cheese-stuffed chili relleno and the vegetarian plate—a corn tortilla stuffed with spinach, walnuts, tomato, and onion, then folded into an origami swan and deep-fried. The cozy dining room features a simple decorating scheme of rustic, wooden tables, woven blankets, and a prominent mural depicting a rural Guatemalan village.
81% of 319 customers recommend
“Good authentic food.”
“Gave this to my nephew as a gift and he said it was very good.”
“Maya Quetzal has amazing food. The food is authentic, the cooks are guatemalan. I am mexican and I had never tried guatemalan food and it's delicious, quite different...”
“Maya Quetzal has amazing food. The food is authentic, the cooks are guatemalan. I am mexican and I had never tried guatemalan food and it's delicious, quite different from other kinds of mexican food we are accustomed to here in Tucson. Will definitely be going back. Yuummm.”