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Pims Panecillo Trip advisor, Quito, Restaurant review

Pork buns were delicious and also got the llama Q with the pork. See time and distance between places, and optimize your route to get the most of your day. A calming sanctuary from the buzz of the city, our walled garden is a place to sit back, drink a tea or an ice-cold beer, and contemplate life. Surrounded by native trees, plants and flowers, the burbling stone fountain provides the perfect, soothing soundtrack.

The sweet potato and pumpkin vegetarian entree is delicious! Also there is a gluten free sweet potato cake that is out of this world. This place gets packed – reservation highly if not definitely necessary. A culinary tour through local history. The place is a bit pricey but everything was perfect so I would definitely go back.

An oasis in the heart of Quito, Ecuador carefully made and thought for fine dining experiences. Juan Carlos and Cristina, trained in the world top Michelin restaurants, take you in a journey of culinary flavors and textures. KOBE All You Can Eat is quite nice, and it is a wonderful choice for people who enjoy eating.

When white-coated waiters serve you beautiful plates of immaculately cooked, sauced and garnished proteins you might be tempted to think you’re in a fine European dining room. I had my New Year’s Eve dinner here last night. I ordered their “Zazu Experience” and I was not disappointed.

Overall a very good elegant choice, the building, hosting a hotel, is very particular with a breathtaking view of Quito’s historical center form the terrace. A fancy restaurant in the busy Plaza Foch in the heart of La Mariscal neighborhood. The restaurant offers gourmet Ecuadorian food and it’s quite popular as fine dining. I went try the ceviche and although it was really delicious and nicely served it didn’t make a meal.

The view from the restaurant is breathtaking, amazing site over the city built on hills. The view at night could help you seal the deal if you are on a date ( you’re welcome). Amazing food with full local flavor, excellent English speaking staff. Reservations are highly recommended. We showed up around 6pm and by 7 on Sunday place was full. The view of Quito’s historic center is spectacular.

The art deco furniture and the gorgeous ceiling mural painted by Ecuadorian contemporary artist Lucía Falconí are only two of the elements that characterize this beautiful restaurant. Indeed, there are three restaurants with French influence on just this one short list of 9 top restaurants in Quito. sheplers class action But if you had to choose one, Chez Jérôme would have to be it. Owned and operated by French-chef- turned-Ecuadorian-resident, Jérôme Monteillet, Chez Jérôme combines French techniques with South American ingredients. The Crimson Room once served as the ballroom of the Gangotena family.