Had the pasta primavera in a tomato sauce instead of a creamy sauce and it was excellent. RestuRant was very cramped but had a somewhat homely/intimate feel to it
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I love Govinda's. It is a chain and they have a location in Cuenca as well, which we also frequented. The value is absolutely incredible. For $3, you get an entire lunch buffet of a soup starter and main with salad and three different types...More
This vegetarian place is one of the few you can find in the old town, it is good, nothing spectacular but you will find veggie food for your needs.
The people that run this place are very friendly. They serve a vegetarian lunch everyday for $2.75 which includes soup and juice. Get there before two as they run out sometimes and close at 2 PM. It is a few blocks outside of the old...More
They offer vegan food, freshly prepared. The selection of food is big and you get salad and different sauces for free. The prices are a bit more expensive than the usual lunch in Quito but totally worth it.
This is apparently a Hare Krishna center, but do not let that dissuade you from eating here! We ate from the buffet: a huge selection of foods, none labeled (which was fun). We all took far too much, in order to sample, but the price...More
Awesome location, vibe, green food, awesome sweets and perhaps the best free yoga class I have taken in South America! The intermediate class is a Hatha/vinyasa flow mix, really fun and challenging. The class is in Spanish, but yoga is a language all its own...More
At the entrance you state what you want, pay and get a corresponding coloured token which you take to the person serving the food. For the price you can't complain. The portion sizes are very big. You get a starter, main, small dessert and drink....More
Sufficient portions and a nice variety of foods. Lunch is a good value at $3.00 but the food is a bit bland. Ask for salt and pepper to spice up the meal.