Hotel El Enrique III

Written by on November 26, 2012 in I Eat Nicaragua, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Leon, Nicaragua

How I heard of this place: Marvelliz, the bride-to-be found it for us and recommended it over some other mid-range priced hotels in the area.

Type of cuisine: Nicaraguan breakfast of gallo pinto, eggs, fruit, coffee & tea.

Ambiance: Ambiant courtyard nook, where red tiles lead the way, beginning at the descending staircase from the rooms above and arriving at one of two tables set for guests to enjoy their morning meal.

Patio & Dining area

What I ordered: On the first morning, Chris and I shared a fruit platter of papaya, pineapple and watermelon, as well as the scrambled eggs with jalapenos and a side of gallow pinto. From that morning onwards, it was the small plate of eggs and rice & beans that sustained us through our morning activities.

Fruit & Gallopinto

What I loved: The eggs are freshly prepared to order, the gallo pinto always flavorful and hearty.

Why I loved it: The staff is friendly and accommodating. The space is quaint and cozy. The meal is relatively small, yet completely satisfying.

Tables at Enrique

Cost: Average to high (including in the cost of the hotel at USD$42 per double occupancy room per night)

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