Machala (Spanish pronunciation: [maˈtʃala]) is a city in south-west Ecuador. It is the capital of the El Oro Province, and is located near the Gulf of Guayaquil on fertile lowlands. Machala has a population of 241,606 (2010 census); it is the fourth-biggest city in the country, and the second-most important port. It has been referred to as the Banana Capital of the World.
Things to do in Machala
4 based on 68 reviews
Chilis has really cut some corners since 2005. In the last 10 years, many portions have shrunk 20-40%, the waiters have to bus their own tables, handle your food and also clean the floor. Yet, the prices have risen 20-40%. If service were increased along with the pricing -- that might be acceptable. But with food portions significantly reduced and prices significantly raised, I can't recommend Chilis at all anymore. It's gone from the middle range to high-middle experience, to a low-middle experience. Most cafeterias are better. On the other hand, if you're really missing "American food", you might enjoy a trip here, but be prepared to spend a minimum of $20 per Sandwich due to franchise and food import taxes.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Very nice place for relax listening live music and having good drinks and bites (tapas). If you wanna stay at the big sofas is better to make a reservation. Staff is very good and price is fare.Thank you very much for your opinion Saulo, we are very happy that you liked our place and we are alwys working to keep it the best we can. We are happy to have you here again.
4 based on 52 reviews
I had a "Cuban" Sandwich which wasn't Cuban but it was tasty Locro de Papa soup was excellent Service was acceptable Great place to watch a soccer match
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Me gustò Mucho el Sudado de Mariscos,Es digno de elogiar que son platos con Mariscos preparados de una manera propia y original,La atenciòn debe ser un poco màs rapida y no olvidarse de acercarse al cliente a ver si todo està Bien,Es Un lugar pequeño,Falta un poco màs de Calidez en el personal,NO OLVIDARSE DE TENER UNOS 2-3 POSTRES Y UNA MAQUINA DE CAFÈ. RECOMENDABLE POR SU BUENA COMIDA. SUPER BUENOS PRECIOS.
4 based on 68 reviews
Didn´t know the place, or ever heard of it, but it was good. Must say that it took more than a jar of nice lemonade and 2 portions of "patacones" for the food to arrive, it took really long, but it was worth it. Both, the lemonade and the patacones, were good.
The rice dishes are HUGE, beware! and the other plates are not small at all. I had some shrimps and fish, really good dish, with lots of shrimp.
The translation of the menu is a joke! and it took more than one "this is not what I asked for" to get the right drink, but still the waiters were really nice and cool about everything.
In spite of the long times, I would definitely recommend it
4.5 based on 32 reviews
I have visited this restaurant many times since moving to Machala. The sandwiches are deliciously unique, the coffee is strong, and the service is great. It is a quaint little restaurant with a french style interior. Absolutely gorgeous during Christmas time! It's also a great place to escape the heat of the day and get some work done due to it's good internet connection and refreshing air conditioning.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Love the salads and it has a great service. It has varied options and also for non vegetarians. I cannot recommend it more.
4 based on 23 reviews
Porch dining is quite pleasant. Faced on a boulevard along the wharf. Light sea air at night adds ambience to dining. Seafood is quite enjoyable.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
4 based on 46 reviews
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