EL Patio will be mentioned by most online guides and books on Teguc as a tipical Honduran restaurant and this one we can all agree on.I had great meals both times I was there.Try a pincho or some baleadas!I had a wonderful sopa de caracol at a restaurantb some local friends took me, but don't recall the name.Anyways, try a sopa de caracol.
Valle de Angeles is a nice place to go for Honduran food, and is quite lovely and serene.
Teguc is my least favorite food destination in Honduras, as it is awash in US chain restaurants and "international" tourist fare.I had fried fish from the Lago de Yojoa on the way to Las Ruinas de Copan,awesome, and Caribbean influenced food in La Ceiba on the way to Roatan for some diving.There were many memorable food experiences driving through Honduras in small roadside establishments, or maybe it tasted better because of the terror driving through Honduras on those two lanes highways amde me appreciate each meal like it was my last.
Also try carneadas, platanos, mondongo, montucas, and the local fruit.They have moonshine quality aguardientes which I enjoyed and Honduras makes some of the finest cigars in world if you are so inclined.
Honduran beers:Barena, Salva Vida,Port Royal, and Imperial