Had 2 dishes from here. The fettuccini pasta: came out way to quick and was cold, the Alfredo was just a light heavy cream with no flavor. And we had the beef dish, also came out with in minutes and the meat was cold, the...More
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Yummy chocolate in all different flavors and shapes handmade on the premises. Can even get a lesson or demonstration in chocolate making.
Saw fresh lobsters at the fish market and ended up buying one. We enjoyed a 6 pound steamed lobster with rice and veggies. Garlic and veggie sauced lobster was yummy. Mixed ceviche was also good. Rice was not my taste. Do not expect great service....More
Right across from the fish market. Sign outside says "buy your lobster or fish and we'll cook it". Thought that would be a fun experience and came away with a pricy dinner that tasted awful. Lobster was over steamed to make it tough to chew....More
Family of three for dinner. Arranged through an organized tour. Nice reception to standard Puerto Ayora dining room. Was offered chicken or fish with lack luster service. Chicken was average but tuna was bathed in a very salty sauce and overcooked. Other meals had soup...More
We had no place to go and stumbled upon this cheap restaurant with very few hopes to dine fine and quickly. Turned out to be one of the best meals of the trip — and quite inexpensive as well!
. We ate here for lunch and supper during an organized tour. The cost of our meals were included in the tour so I cannot comment on the cost. The pre-arranged menu offered us either fish, chicken or pasta. Each lunch meal included soup, a...More
This restaurant is more focused on the huge tour groups that come through its doors. We had to get up and find a staff member to first get menus, then to order and 30min later to ask where our food was. Food wasn't anything special...More
Beautiful view. Nice seafood dishes. I enjoy this place in the morning where you can watch the interaction at the fish-market everyday.
The Santa Cruz Fish Market is right across the street from El Chocolate. When we saw the great lobsters at the Fish Market, we wanted to enjoy them. We asked the hostess at El Chocolate if they would cook the lobsters and add some sides...More