If you're not deeply familiar with the different Latin-American and Caribbean cultures, it's sometimes tough to determine what type of restaurant it is from the name alone. Paseo Catracho serves Honduran food, which you've likely had before even if you think you haven't as elements of it have been so widely adopted in Mexican and other Latin-American eateries.
If you're not sure what to look for, here are some solid choices. The basic carne asada plate is delicious but should suit any taste. Baleadas are a nice breakfast choice, a somewhat taco-like concoction of eggs with cheese and refried beans folded over in a fresh tortilla. Pupusas are actually Salvadoran by origin, but they're extremely popular in Honduras, and the take on them here is excellent as well.
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