This restaurant was located in a very busy spot in Quito. There were many people out walking around the plaza. Two in our party ordered cuy (guinea pig) which is considered a real treat here. Though the menu said it could be fried or baked, they said they only served it fried. The cuy looked delicious on the plate, however, both who ordered it complained that there just wasn't much there but skin and bones. I had grilled chicken served with a traditional Ecuadorian bean stew. Both were excellent. Service was attentive and when the waitress couldn't understand our bad Spanish or our English, got another waiter who could help us. We went early in the evening, before dark. As we walked back to our hotel just before dusk, we were glad we went early. The area didn't fell really safe to walk around at night, at least as a foreign tourist.
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