We had the pesto pasta and the rice with vegetables and it was delicious!! Would definitely go back!!
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I needed a green veggie fix as local food seems to be beans and chicken. The soup was fine but the ratatouille was cold as was the quinoa. Nice view with fresh air. The service was fine.
Dear Andrew, I am sorry to hear that the ratatouille and the quinua were cold. Will pay more attention to those details. Thanks for informing.
This restaurant belongs to a low-budget hostel in the "city center". Its on a second/third floor so you can get a nice and fresh view if you get the right table. I had a bean burger with fries and a beer. Everything was ok although...More
Don't be fooled by the "boutique hotel" label - this is a low-rent hostel, with absolutely horrible service in the small restaurant area. About four or five tables filled up; the lackwit waiter took drink orders; he returned with some drinks (most were what people...More
we went for dinner and ordered wraps and burgers. The burger was greasy but wraps were delicious. Food took 70 minutes to arrive. Prices extremely cheap as compared to US restaurants
Excellent! a healthy and simple menu of great taste and quality. Friendly atmosphere; the best option in the city for something daily of low cost.
The day after being turned away from Manso Boutique Guesthouse, because there was no room at the inn, my girlfriend returned to dine at their highly recommended vegetarian restaurant, MansoMix. I probably wouldn't choose to come back to this place, though the girlfriend really liked...More
Was excited to find a vegetarian restaurant in Guayaquil and dragged my colleagues along. The food (quinoa hamburger) was good and nicely presented. The service and the setting I didn't really like. We felt a bit like intruders into the Hostal and the service reflected...More
As a vegetarian travelling in Sth America, it is rare that I find a restaurant that offers the great variety of tasty, healthy and organic!! vegetarian food that Manso offers. We stayed at the Manso Hotel for 5 nights and ate their every day -...More