$2.50 for a hot choc and $3.50 for carajillo (coffee with rum). Located on a pedestrian street. Sat outside and enjoyed people watching.
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sit outside under the umbrellas and have a humita or tamale with a god tea and watch the people ps b. Food is good, not bad. Service was pretty good..
Location is wonderful. We sat outside in a nicely shaded area. I ordered a ham and cheese sandwich and coffee. My wife had a tuna and cheese sandwich. Our friend hat cannelloni. My sandwich had 4 slices of dreary white bread making 3 layers: a...More
We have been here several times and have always enjoyed it - usually we sit outside and order the lunch special (soup, protein with rice and salad, fruit juice and dessert for about $2.50 I think) and watch all the interesting folks go by on...More
We found this lovely little spot along the pedestrian part of Calle Espejo right near the Plaza Grande out first day in Quito and we enjoyed it so much we had to go back. Not only was my vegetarian daughter happy (with the delicious Locro...More
There were a few things that earned this rating of poor: Menu availability: We went for an early dinner at 5:30, they close at 7:00pm, and they were out of the first four things we ordered. I think there are a total of 20 items...More
I came here a couple of times, once for the lunch special, which was a great value for $2.60, and another time for coffee and humitas. The lunch was decent, the humitas a bit dry. All in all it's a nice 'in-between' place--not really a...More
this place has lunch specials including soup, mains, juice and dessert. Order this. The set menu (lunch special) is written on a board outside. The food here is not to die for, but it's pretty good for the price you pay. It's pretty casual and...More
We had dinner there two days before going home. Nice set-up on the Plaza, good ecuadorian food but check your dish... My girlfriend had a blade in her Fritada... We had to pay for it and the servicio (10%) was included in our bill!!!