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Il Risotto

  • $$
  • Modern Italian

Fresh roses adorn candlelighted tables, and prints of northern Italy and opera programs from Milan's La Scala decorate the walls, providing...

La Choza

  • $$
  • South American

The mood, music, and menu are strictly Ecuadoran in this restaurant. It's across the street from Quito's World Trade Center and draws...

La Querencia

  • $
  • Latin American

Best known for its superb Ecuadoran dishes—try the seco de chivo (lamb stewed with fruit) or the langostinos flambéed in cognac—this...

La Ronda

  • $
  • Latin American

During the day businesspeople gather here, in what looks like a Bavarian lodge, for traditional meals. Among the best dishes are cazuela...

La Terraza del Tártaro

  • $
  • Eclectic

In the heart of the New City, this longtime favorite is known for its reliable service and delicious, if simply prepared, meats. The...

La Viña

  • $$
  • Latin American

Critics rave about this upscale restaurant, which draws its share of businesspeople and government officials. If you order a complete...

Las Redes

  • $
  • Latin American

Fishing nets hanging from the wall clue you in that the specialty here at this small, informal restaurant is seafood—cooked Ecuadoran...

Pizzeria Le Arcate

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  • Italian

This trendy pizzeria attracts well-heeled patrons who come to choose from 59 types of individual thin-crust pizzas. The emerald-color...

The Magic Bean

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  • Eclectic

High-quality food and a relaxed vibe draw travelers, expatriates, and locals to "the Bean" to socialize over crisp salads and do business...

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