Set on Pedro Carbo and Luque streets in the heart of Santiago de Guayaquil. It has free wifi and a variety of sweets that can accompany your coffee of choice. The good thing about this chain is that you can add ingredients that you like at every meal.
Costillas de Nico has some of the best pork ribs in Guayaquil. And to top it all off they also have a Bull Roast. The specialty is smoked pork ribs drenched in BBQ sauce. It is located in P. Ycaza and Cordova, in the heart and central bank. The menu offers a variety of foods such as fried chicken croaker giddy up. Recommended place.
You should definitely go to this place for the good times in Guayaquil. It's about learning a history that a lot of young people would like to go back and live in that time. It's about meeting JJ and learning about his experiences. The photos, the boxes, the decoration, everything is in place to give us one of the best experiences of those olden days. Thanks to Manuel and Rocio for for allowing us to relive special moments and memories of my beloved Guayaquil. This tavern is a place for friends and family. Greetings, Paul Ortiz
This restaurant is definitely a cozy, safe, clean restaurant where you can enjoy a good meal at a good price that's totally Ecuadorian. Located strategically in a place of culture and tourism as it is the Seminary Park, also known as Iguana Park, to find lots of these wonderful animals. No doubt it is an end point that is worth knowing.
El Toro Asado is in Chimborazo, between Avenida 9 de Octubre and Calle Velez. This is really a great place to eat a traditional meal, which is rice and meat stew. I recommend ordering the ribs in BBQ sauce.
Well, to begin with, the food is excellent. It's not a fancy place, it's a place where you can enjoy authentic Ecuadorian coastal cuisine, the real food of Guayaquil. I recommend ceviche, rice, banderas, and especially the seafood soup.