Bhakti has moved to the coast. It was good. We miss them. Not only good food but good people, too. We wish them well.
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Although I am not a vegetarian, I do love to eat fresh and this restaurant always has great offerings. I like that they do not try to do it all, but, instead, they concentrate on what they can get fresh each day and then do...More
I'm not a strict vegan, but the foods in Bhakti are excellent, as well as the prices. The owner speaks good English and is good company while you dine.
It's delightful to encounter a restaurant that celebrates natural flavors of foods they serve. The focus is on organic, balanced meals that highlight just how mother nature intended food to taste. Some folks might need "more seasonings" to enjoy the meal. But if you reverence...More
Bhakti is popular. You get a good portion for your money. The food however is bland. I've tried it a couple of times and it just doesn't suit my tastes.
We were pleasantly surprised to find a vegetarian restaurant. The entire midday meal -- Soup, salad, main dish, and tea - cost all of $3.50, and was not only delicious but was so filling we skipped dinner. Giussepe was friendly, helpful, attentive, and spoke English...More
We were thrilled to find a vegan restaurant in Cotacachi. Giuseppe and his mother make some amazing dishes, and we were lucky enough to get to try their cream of celery soup the first day we were there with the daily special; it was the...More
We are not vegetarians but we thoroughly enjoyed our two meals at Bhakti. We saw wonderful veggies in the market but very few were showing up in the restaurants so we were thrilled to find Bhakti. The daily specials were superb. The portions were substantial...More
Dining out in Ecuador in generally a pretty meaty experience; so what a delight to find a bright little restaurant just off the artisans' marketplace on San Francisco Square in Cotacachi that serves the vegan and vegetarian diner! (Not to mention folks like me who...More