My wife and I were in search of typical Ecuadorian food and found it. The price was reasonable and the service acceptable. Having said that, we were the only ones in the small, front part of the establishment (downstairs, hence the cave) on a Saturday night in March. The rest of the restaurant was through a doorway and was completely in the dark. We settled on a particular bottle of red wine but were told that, unfortunately, no bottles of red wine were available but that we could order by the glass. Having then settled on that, perhaps 10 minutes passed before the waiter appeared with a full bottle of a different wine, not what we had ordered. Our meals were mediocre; soup lacked much flavour and the steak was a work-out. The chivo seco was slightly better. Avoid the apple cake. Overall a mediocre experience, although the ambiance of the cave-like room was cozy on a cool, raining evening.
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