All local fare, serving the country's more known dishes. We actually ate here twice during our stay in Cotacachi, both for lunch. The restaurant is either (both) tucked down a long corridor, or located through the back of a high end leather goods shop. Very family run, all of the staff were very nice and worked well with our limited Spanish. The food was timely and freshly cooked, guarantee the avocados are coming off their ample tree in the courtyard. I would recommend this location for a meal, lots of light and friendly service. Food was the only reason I rated from 5 to 4 stars. While it was good local dishes, we felt it could have been a little better.
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