This centrally located market is the place to stock up.
Of all the Hoods and Goods in Baños, this one, near Parque Central, might just be the best. Some of the dishes, such as the soft tacos or the chickpeas and spinach in curry sauce with yogurt and cucumbers, are simpl…
Mariane’s French-Mediterranean cuisine is a real standout in Baños. The cheese-and-meat fondues are a lot – even for two people – and the pasta and meat dishes are quite elegant. It’s a popular spot, so you’ll need…
Deservedly popular for it's leafy garden and good food, El Jardín is a great hangout with a variety of meat and fish dishes and sandwiches that can be enjoyed al fresco.
This elegant little Italian bistro serves pasta and pizzas in a quiet atmosphere.
Quilombo (which means ‘mess’ or ‘insanity’ in Argentine slang) refers to the irreverent menu in the form of dice (just roll if you can’t decide), hodge-podge decor and kooky Argentine owner who has imported Southern…
This is the place to go if you need an early breakfast, plus it sells some of the best bread in town.
A reliable place to find fresh fruit and veggies.
This small bistro’s cow fetish is evident in its decor and delicious Swiss and European specialties, which include fondue, steaks, big, fresh salads and a Swiss potato dish called roesti.
This little spot serves cakes and coffee, but everyone comes for the ‘Ponche Suizo,’ a trade-secret treat that’s a cross between a shake and a mousse.