Known around town as Quito's hippest restaurant and bar, it is actually Zazu's food that keeps people coming back. Founded by two Peruvian chefs, the...more
Located in the heart of the historic Old Town, the first surprise when you enter Theatrum is how enormous it is. The main dining room has 50-foot ceilings and a...more
Nestled in the highlands of Santa Cruz island in the Galápagos, this tony restaurant at the Royal Palm may seem out of the way, but it's actually near one...more
Housed inside a converted farmhouse just a few minutes' walk from the Ingapirca ruins (Ecuador's most famous archeological site), this hotel restaurant can be...more
It's a bit of a hunt to find this little family-run restaurant on San Pablo Lake, the largest lake in Ecuador, about 60 miles from Quito. But the hunt is well...more
The disconcerting "red" in the restaurant's name refers not to rice or fish but to the place that houses it, the Red Mangrove Adventure Inn just outside Puerto...more
The sister property of the gorgeous Hacíenda Cusín, Las Palmeras sits just up the hill from the stalls of the Otavalo market and is big with...more
A short walk from the Parque Calderon, this handsome restaurant located inside one of Cuenca's best hotels is equally popular with locals and visitors. The...more
The capital's coolest hotel also happens to house its coolest café-bistro. From breakfast to dinner (which tends to be early—as is common in...more
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