Euro Cafe

Written by on November 19, 2012 in I Eat Nicaragua, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Northwest corner of Parque Central, Granada, Nicaragua

Euro Cafe

How I heard of this place: Lonely Planet guide

Type of cuisine: In addition to breakfast options, Euro Cafe offers paninis, burgers, salads, and a plethora of drinks (with or without alcohol).

Ambiance: As seems typical of most Nicaraguan establishments, the high ceilings create a grandness in space. The azure interior walls complement the Mediterranean blue counter and ice cream display front.

Inside the Euro Cafe

A lone chandelier hangs down from the middle of the white-painted wood-lined ceiling towards white-framed doors and rust-colored tiles.


Wrought iron chairs and glass-top tables provide seating for diners while gazing out of the sturdy, wind-blown, brown, wooden double doors that lead onto street just two steps below. The one, yellow wall dismally presents four unframed paintings with seemingly no relation to the others.

What I ordered: Chris was immediately drawn to The Cali burger (C$82), a chicken burger patty topped with tomatoes, onions, spinach, cucumber and Caesar dressing, with the addition of cheese (C$13). After a quick discussion with our server, I chose The Mediterranean burger (C$82) with a chicken patty, tomatoes, onions, spinach, hummus and black olives. Each large burger was served with a side of cole slaw.


What I loved: The freshness of the ingredients: crisp spinach, juicy tomatoes, and fall-apart patty.

Why I loved it: I absolutely adore the fact that none of the burgers are inundated with so many “special sauces” or seasonings that cause the true flavor of each layer to shine through.

Cost: Average (C$58 – C$106 per panini/burger)

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