Ecuador’s vibrant capital city reaches new heights with its dining scene—one that embraces its culinary history and takes it in new directions. A walk around its Centro Historico in particular will bring you to farmers’ markets and artisanal food shops where cooks shop for locally grown guaba, limes, and locally raised pork. The surrounding streets teem with upscale eateries, where chefs are putting a modern spin on traditional Quiteño dishes like locro, mazamorras, rosero, and fanesca to critical acclaim.
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