We arrived at the door without a reservation to find the door locked though the sign said open. It turns out you have to ring the doorbell with the bell-pull (presumably the owner is protecting his artworks which are diplayed all over the restaurant). As with most Ecuadorian restaurants there is no menu displayed outside so you do not know what you are letting yourself in for before you enter. Its an unusual and interesting place - lots of small rooms filled with art - and not many people in any of them! We ordered what we wanted from the menu but the owner disagreed - not sure whether he simply didn't have those things in or whether he thought we'd made bad choices. So we got what we were given! My husband had a fish dish with prawns which turned out to be very good. I ended up with a steak and prawns ('surf and turf' to you and me) but the steak was really tough and dry so not great. The starters were salad-type dishes, OK, nothing special. There was no fuss made over wine as some others have reported. Overall I would say its a really interesting place to see, maybe stick to fish and if you're in a group rather than just the 2 of you it might not feel quite so lonely!
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