I chanced upon Quino whilst looking for accommodation. Enjoyed it so much that I ended up returning. The food and service are outstanding and it caters to all budgets.
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Our guide, Washington, (who was recommended to us by Casa Mojanda and could not have been more accommodating or helpful) recommended this restaurant for lunch after the Saturday Market in Otavalo. The food was very tasty, fresh and well priced. We had two different shrimp...More
Please go here for some great seefood for unbeatable prices. Service also excellent. It takes a bit of time to prepae the fresh food, but who cares? Hope the owners read this advice: please dim the lights in your restaurant, and get rid of the...More
Visiting Otavalo for Saturday market, my wife suggested ceviche. However the menu was so varied I had fish soup, and wife had fresh trout - cooked perfectly. Waiters attentive but not pushy. As we were leaving a tour group of 12 entered, so we figure...More
The menu is pretty typical for Ecuador- nothing out of the blue but the food was fresh and the portions were ample. Prices foe mains range from $6 to $10 which is not pricey for a restaurant. The staff were great and give great service,...More
We went to Quino after reading the good reviews on Trip Advisor. I agree that the food is pretty good and the service (other than stated in some reviews) was actually very good! But I would not call this place cheap. We had two mains,...More
A unpretentious place which could easily be passed by, but the quality of the ingredients and the cooking is way beyond what might be expected for the price. The service is attentive but unobtrusive, and I warmed immediately to the waiter. I will certainly be...More
For years, Quino has been one of my regular and preferred restaurants in Otavalo. It is quaint, with interesting art work displayed. They are best known for seafood and I particularly recommend their ceviches, their fish soups, as well as their seafood ¨goulash¨ and perhaps...More
Fantastic food, it takes a little while but it is well worth the wait. I recommend the Goulash a La Marinera and a portion of crispy Patacones.