CULTURAL / ANCESTRAL
Our home offers a 25-person dining room with an attractive and comfortable ambiance. Offering a creative variety of traditional and ancestral dishes, our menu is full of flavor and Andean history. Visiting guests select their favorites from these delicious options; then, we have the pleasure to prepare them in our own kitchen, according to their tastes. We use only the freshest ingredients, the majority of which are harvested directly from our family garden. We design a complete menu—which guests may also personalize—that features an appetizer, soup, main dish, dessert, and a natural fruit juice. Our restaurant also offers the preparation of “cuy” (guinea pig), famous as one of the most sacred and celebrated dishes of the Kichwa culture.
Crispy Fried Pork
Potatoes with Watercress
Pairing the cuy with all its traditional accompaniments, we couldn’t let our guests leave without tasting the sacred “chicha de jora”—a fermented corn drink that our culture features at every important event. During the meal, we introduce guests to our musician friends, who delight us with their Andean rhythms. Finally, our family joins together to present a typical dance—hoping that, afterwards, you accept our invitation to join and dance with us!