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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.

Amazing service, the menu its varied and has several options. I order the Llama Thai which is a vegan meal and i can’t recommend it enough. The atmosphere of this place was lovely on Valentines. The food at Purisima is excellent and was by far the best Ecuadorian food we have had on our trip.

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.

The staff greeted us warmly and provided excellent professional service. We decided to try the “paella de cordero” which included lamb and chorizo. Unfortunately, my Spanish isn’t good enough to know what our server suggested for dessert, I understood that it was a specialty of the house, so we decided to give it a try. Restaurant with probably best views of the city. The location is quite unique, just make sure that you get a table closest to the window and the view.

It has now been renovated to serve as the perfect space for intimate dinners or small celebrations. It also makes for a superb space for meetings, wedding receptions or educational lectures, with room for up to 25 people. Chef Emilio Dalmau’s passion for life is reflected in the creativity he brings to the kitchen and in the excellent rapport he enjoys with his team.

However, juices were very good as well as cocktails which were priced at around 8 dollars. This place is a must visit in Quito. Just paying for the view would be worth it. Serving up a mix of Ecuadorian, Greek and Mexican fare near sheplers class action Parque Itchimbia, vine-covered Mosaico is famed for its magnificent views. The open-sided terrace is great for a sundowner and there’s one of the city’s… An amazing tour of the Andean cuisine, just like the restaurant advertises.