Large portions are served at lunchtime! Service is quick and friendly, staff can answer any questions. Price is very good for amount of food given. Nice flavors without being spicy. Try the unique sodas, too.
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Food was pretty decent, for not knowing their culture or use to Ecuadorian food. I need to eat more Ecuadorian food to understand good quality . Perhaps they deserved a higher rating
Great food, reasonable price, good service. We tried three kinds of meats and the side of Salvadorian beans. Really tasty, especially the pork!
We love this local restaurant, featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. Ecuadorian food is not spicy, but really flavorful and delicious. The family owners are friendly. Also, the prices are great. Try the empanadas.They are large and wonderful. We like the beef, stuffed with tender...More
Sadly, they never have Cuy ;) But, the rest of their foods are outstanding. Even better, if that is possible, are their excellent and friendly servers. Located in a strip mall, there is a lot of parking.
I've been here for lunch and dinner, and both times I left extremely satisfied. The portions are enormous, the flavors are delightful, and the service is perfect. My vegetarian fiance found several items that she enjoyed as well- a testament to the menu's offerings. This...More
While on my last road trip I visited Mi Patria when I was in Des Moines. On a Fri evening I got in right a way. The restaurant is quite spacious and I liked the decor. Right off the bat, service was great. This is...More
We went for here for dinner with high hopes and they weren't dashed. The service is excellent and the food was amazing. My wife asked for something spicy and she got it. She had the Camarones al Ajillo and it had plenty of shrimp, heat,...More
we visited in the afternoon so it was not very busy and our waiter was very attentive. The food was wonderful and authentic. Its in a strip mall and not fancy inside, but the food was worth it. ask for the hot sauce.. which is...More
Here's a restaurant that I want to root for. It's locally-owned & has a unique niche of Ecuadorian cuisine. I work nearby and eat here fairly often, sampling most every dish on the menu. I've spent time in Ecuador and I'm familiar with the menu...More