GASTRONOMY FOR FOODIES

Ecoventura’s F&B Team Pick Their Favorite Restaurants in Quito

AUTHOR Caroline Eaton

Lourdes Mena

Lourdes Mena – Sales Manager

maria cristina

Cristina Naranjo – Food & Beverage Manager

Last week we highlighted our crews favorite restaurants in Guayaquil, this week our Food and Beverage Manager, Cristina Naranjo, and Sales Manager, Lourdes Mena, feature their favorite places to eat in Quito.

6 Restaurants You Don’t Want To Miss in Quito

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Carmine

Carmine offers a cozy atmosphere, evoking past eras of Quito where you can enjoy the best classic Italian dishes in the city.  The outdoor seating is fantastic and the owner, Carmine, will almost always come by your table to make sure you leave with a great experience.  Carmine is located at Catalina Aldaz y Portugal. [/div]

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Chez Jerome

With panoramic views of the city and wonderful French cuisine, Chez Jerome is almost always on our itinerary when we stop in Quito! They offer a wide variety of wines and  a delicious tasting menu. Chez Jerome is located in a stunning house surrounded by a beautiful garden. [/div]

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Zazu

You won’t forget your meal at Zazu. With a nightly tasting menu, latin fusion style and hip atmosphere, Zazu is known as one of the top restaurants in Ecuador. The exceptional menu selection, experienced Chef Rafael Perez and romantic setting makes Zazu a tour-de-force.[/div]

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Coquus

Coquus boasts of highly imaginative, beautifully presented Ecuadorian delights including Fois Gras. Chef Sebastian Villavicencio.
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Theatrum

Also located in the Historic Center, on the second floor of the National Theater, Theatrum’s Mediterranean and Ecuadorian cuisine will leave you wanting more. You will get to taste a varity of typical dishes and flavors of Ecuador. [/div]

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La Gloria

Chef Alejandro Salazar of Peru puts a modern twist on a delicious mediterranean style cusine at La Gloria.
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[div class=”first”]Have you been to any of these restaurants? What would you add to our list of favorite restauants in Quito?[/div]