Reviews on Spanish food in Imbabura Province, Ecuador. Imbabura (Spanish pronunciation: [imbaˈβuɾa]) is a province located in the Andes of northern Ecuador. The capital is Ibarra. The people of the province speak Spanish and the Imbaburan Quechua language.
Things to do in Imbabura Province
4 based on 15 reviews
This is a wonderful place for almuerzo - just $2.50 for really good food. Every time the food and juices were fresh and delicious. Beautiful courtyard. The staff is very friendly and tries to accommodate your requests, but there us a standard almuerzo. Highly recommended.
4 based on 21 reviews
Lively and flavorful Venezuelan dishes made with love and Ecuador's diverse and fresh produce locally sourced. Our family left our homeland during this recent crisis and feel fortunate to call Ecuador home and to share our delicious homeland cuisine with
Lots of food for the price, good service, and well prepared dishes makes this a worthwhile stop while in Cotacachi. Jovan is a good floor manager, always asking if you want more or need anything. I love empanadas and these did not disappoint. Big cold liters of Pilsner did not hurt either. Not just another local indigenous food experience - pretty good Venezuelan offering. Gracias por su Visita! Y por su valioso comentario.. Nos vemos pronto
5 based on 13 reviews
Un lugar espectacular para disfrutar la gastronomÃa ibÃ©rica. Puedes pedir jamÃ³n serrano, excelente sangrÃa, costillar en su deliciosa salsa de la casa, entrada de tortilla patata... todo delicioso.
New trendy place in Ibarra, come to enjoy the best international cuisine, with the highest quality in the best environment, as a couple or with your family.
everything on the menu looked good, there was a good range of vegetarian options as well, and the staff was very friendly and helpful! the vegetarian pizza was delicious - their homemade crust & bread is absolutely amazing, fluffy, and fresh. great selection of beer as well. a must try if you're in ibarra!Thank you very much for your comment, a pleasure to have you with us and waiting for your next visit, with more vegetarian dishes as I promised ... hahahaha
4 based on 24 reviews
Relaxing and friendly bistro coffee, promoting the suspended coffe in Ibarra!
Lovely decorated place with a great atmosphere and yummie food.The veggie burger as well as the Lomo Burger (Diego) are very tasty.The Tea is excellent.The service was very friendly, lot of smiles and attentive.La Casa de Frida is definitely a great choice in Ibarra.
4 based on 84 reviews
Following a long bus ride we happened upon this charming restaurant. We had a large salad, simple but fresh and safe to eat, some guacamole and chips and a sandwish. Everytging was tasty, nothing fancy. The servive was outstanding and the decor of the restaurant absolutely lovely.
4 based on 81 reviews
Our driver guided us to La Marquesa for lunch on our day trip to Cotacachi. The restaurant is reasonably priced, but the food was pretty up and down. The locro (potato soup) and steak were both good, but the trout and cuy weren't. The trout was advertised as a filet, but was actually a whole fish breaded and fried! The cuy was also deep fried, and I would recommend roast cuy for a first-timer. The place can also be a bit loud. Overall, this is a decent stop, but we liked the restaurants in Otavalo a lot more.
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