This pleasant family-run place has a rustic vibe and serves llama steak and quinoa soup as the specialties, and plenty of vegetarian choices. It hosts an acoustic peña (folk music performance; cover B$15) nightly du…
This delightfully airy neocolonial restaurant with a lofty atrium and deferential waiters serves excellent Middle Eastern dishes – stuffed grape leaves, summer squash or red peppers and baklava – and equally good Ch…
La Pupuruchi is a hugely popular lunch spot on the main street with an excellent salad bar.
Offers hearty breakfasts and a good seco (meat in sauce) served with rice.
Restaurant D’Gust is a popular local gathering spot with daily dishes such as tender, saucy chicken legs and papas fritas (french fries). Buses to Cuenca pass through here. Locals know bus times for travel west, sou…
The pricey restaurant-bar, earthy Turqueza, has sandy floors, a thatched roof, straw chairs and a terrace with panoramic ocean views.
This friendly place in the center of the community is a simple open-air restaurant sheltered from sun and rain by a traditional thatch roof, with set meals at lunchtime and pizza in the evening.
Puerto Almacén is best known for its line-up of rickety fish restaurants, which provide interesting lunch options – Don Pedrito is about the best.
Tour groups fill up the Roadhouse, a decent self-service restaurant offering a salad bar, coffee, drinks and rest rooms.
A good seafood restaurant in Salango near the central church.