The Honduran "Plato tipico" is the most famous lunch. It consists of rice, beef, fried beans frijolitos, and fried bananas tajaditas. If you are lucky, it will also come with chimol, a fresh, non-spicy salsa made of tomatoes, green peppers, onions, cilantro and lime juice.
Baleadas are a Honduran original. A baleada sencilla simple consists of a thick flour tortilla filled with refried beans, cheese queso, and a type of cream similar to sour cream but not sour crema or mantequilla. A baleada especial usually also comes with eggs in it and you can sometimes get avocado or even meat.
Other choices are tacos and enchiladas, though don't expect them to be like those in Mexico. The tacos are meat rolled in a corn tortilla and deep fried. The enchiladas are a flat fried corn tortilla topped with ground beef, cheese and a red sauce.