Discover the best restaurant in Samborondon, Ecuador including Noe Sushi Bar, Puerto Moro, Don Francis, El Cafe de Tere, Charros y Churros, Restaurante Sushi Isao, Carla y Carlo, El Corte Steakhouse, Marrecife Marisqueria, Embarcadero 41
4.5 based on 1 reviews
In Noe Sushi Bar we have been able to offer the best of Ecuadorian-Japanese fusion cuisine through a combination with national flavors and asian tradition. The expertise of our Executive Chef, Ecuadorian Noe Carmona has developed more than 80% of the exquisite dishes served at Noe Sushi Bar.In a cozy, personalized and attentive to every detail, seduction starts with the presentation of our menu: colors, combinations and names of the dishes, that captivate the eye and the palate.
We enjoyed our dinner at Noe Sushi bar. The service and food was excellent except for the wine by the glass. They have a nice selection of wine on the wine list. Our service was excellent. As we finished one course, they delivered the next....MoreDear David, We are very happy you enjoyed your dinner. Thanks for letting us know, we really appreciate it. Come back soon.
4 based on 130 reviews
Puerto Moro Restaurants: Located in Sonesta Shopping Center (next to Mall del Sol), Rio Centro Shopping Center, Las Terrazas Shopping Center in Samborondon, Circunvalacion 320 and Diagonal St. Urdesa, Cordova 703 and Junin St. Center Town. San Lorenzo Salinas Beach. June 25st. Plaza del Sol Shopping Center, Machala.
31 of December we were starving and the only restaurant open was this one! If you ask for the waiter LIZARDO LOOR who is such a nice waiter and attentive waiter. For appetizers we order maduro asado especial and canapés de Moritos a los cuatro quesos which was the highlight of the lunch because of the creamy cheese sauce and the greaseless bolon. Then for a main dish we order the Lomo puerto Moro who was huge and I suggest to split it with someone else.
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4 based on 41 reviews
Finally a great restaurant in Samborondon-Guayaquil. Located in the fashionable Plaza Lagos in Samborondon, this is in a real international gourmet restaurant. There is a wide list of appetizers and main courses, both fish and meat. I went for a fish menu and it was a great experience. I started with a very nice "carpaccio de atun" and I went on with a “simphonia de mariscos”. Both of them were excellent: fresh fish cooked and presented to the perfection. There is a nice combination of fusion cousin fully applied to local Ecuadorian ingredients. The result is pleasant and tastefully sophisticated. There is a wide list of wines. Service is impeccable and very professional. The only slight minor is the desert. I had a tiramisu which was very different from the real thing both in its appearances and taste. The place is expensive, but that should not come as a surprise, considering its standard and the location. Strongly recommended for special occasions and for either romantic meals or with friends. Certainly one of the best culinary experiences in Guayaquil.
4 based on 861 reviews
En Guayaquil, a solo dos minutos del aeropuerto José Joaquín de Olmedo, se encuentra El Café de Tere un sitio confiable y acogedor, con un ambiente moderno y familiar, donde usted puede disfrutar platos típicos del Ecuador servidos con cuidado y esmero.En El Café de Tere Estamos comprometidos con la calidad, la higiene y el respeto a la tradición gastronómica ecuatoriana. Por ello, solo usamos las recetas e ingredientes que ancestralmente se han utilizado. Por este mismo principio evitamos productos artificiales que pudieran alterar el sabor tradicional de los distintos platos que preparamos.
Excelent bolones, the 1/2 mixed bolon is amazing! Great tasty typical food. The orange juice is great as well, natural fruit and not too sweet.
4 based on 51 reviews
If you're expecting authentic Mexican food, you'll be sadly disappointed. The fact of the matter is that Ecuador is a hermetically-sealed country by high tariffs which make it difficult to import ingredients from Mexico. The owners simply wouldn't be able to have an affordable product.
Manage your expectations, and you'll find this to be an acceptable alternative. The service is slow, but the staff is pleasant. (They seem to be more interested in watching Television and chatting among themselves.)
Guayaquil is never going to be famous for its customer service or restaurants, but this one is a good one to consider if you're looking for something different.
4.5 based on 242 reviews
There are two branches of this restaurant in Guayaquil. The one in Urdesa, and the one in Las Terrazas, Samborondón. This places offers the freshest, more variety, and better price than many other sushi´s restaurants.
In addition, some Japanese and Asian style dishes.
Nowadays, there are better places to eat sushi in Quito, than in Guayaquil. Ironically (being GYE a coastal city)
4 based on 125 reviews
Plaza Lagos in Samborondon is an outstanding place to visit, and Carla y Carlo will make your experience even better with their food. The place is expensive, but the quality is impecable. You will not feel disappointed.
- Sea food
- Some portions are quite small
4 based on 91 reviews
I went there last week with a group of friends. The restaurant is pricey but totally worth it. For those who want American Standards, they have imported meats that you can have rare-medium without worries. The sangria is amazing, and so are desserts. I highly recommend it!
4.5 based on 364 reviews
Marisqueria original de Guayaquil con platos tipicos de nuestra costa ecuatoriana, siempre cuidando la mas alta calidad y sabor en cada uno de nuestros platos a la carta.
4.5 based on 269 reviews
What a great restaurant. Came here for a group dinner. Wait staff was very attentive. Food was delicious. I absolutely loved the plantain chips and aji. Very spicy and so delicious, I think we had them bring out 4 containers of it throughout the night. I had the tacu tacu, and it was very good, albeit quite filling. Would definitely stop in again if I was in the area.
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