Tiny place but they made our group of 5 feel welcome and comfortable. The ambience was intimate and convivial. Our server cheerfully explained unfamiliar items, gave us great recommendations, and really seemed to enjoy sharing his cultural cuisine with us. Ceviche and other seafood were great, as were red-meat choices, and the desserts were unique and delicious. Definitely try a cocktail made with Ecuarodean "firewater" --powerful but light, blends great with fruit juices and flavors.