I had quinoa salad which was quinoa plus tuna plus walnuts. Surprised it was so nice and filling so glad I didn't order something more predictable. Pleasant atmosphere and central location.
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Mobile review, so kindly excuse brevity and any typos. We enjoyed our late dinner at Arbol de Montalvo, during a stay at the surrounding Dona Esther. First and foremost, the entire staff (Lucy in particular) took great care of us throughout the meal. We were...More
This place is hidden behind a hostel and is very expensive for Ecuador ($10 - $12 per entree) and not worth the high prices. The trout was over-cooked, and the spaghetti bolognese was literally a plate of cooked noodles with a tiny bit of sauce...More
Loved the lasagna and fettuccine. Great food. I liked coming here because it is hard to find a good restaurant in certain parts of Ecuador.
Dined here twice during our stay in Otavalo First night we both had a chicken dish, the second night trout fillet and a pizza cooked in a wood fired oven. The pizza was excellent, the other dishes were good, although the baked potato which accompanied...More
We Love this Restaurant, and the Wonderful Welcoming Owners. We were very pleased with the New Menu Items, and our friends especially appreciated the Pork with Cranberry sauce. This is the best place for Pasta I have found in Northern Ecuador. This is one of...More
What a fantastic destination! We find this restaurant to be one of our favorites. Here you will find delicious soups, exceptional Italian style dishes like oven baked pasta with shrimp and spinach, and spaghetti with a wonderful pesto sauce. Good wine, specialty beers, and wood...More
We went to this restaurant based on reviews from TripAdvisor and we were not disappointed. We were the only family in the restaurant on a Sunday (late) evening and were well taken care of by Adrianna. Adrianna was wonderful in helping us order with our...More
On the fancy end but if you want to treat yourself to something nice then this is a good place to go. Ask them to turn off the TV if it gets annoying.
Don't get me wrong, this is not a 5 star restaurant in New York City. However, the owners, a dutch couple, have put together an international menu that is most unusual to find in a small town in Ecuador. It also includes an old wood...More