Sunday, April 1, 2018

Almuerzo - Good Lunch Choice in Puerto Lopez #AtoZChallenge




On main street, Comedor Maritza serves delicious $3 Almuerzo, prix fixe lunch.


Choose a soup, then a meat, served with salad, rice, beans and juice. Yum!





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34 comments:

  1. I have not been to Ecuador so looking forward to learning a lot by the time you get to Z.

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    1. Hope you enjoy our fishing village, Linda!

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  2. Interesting photo, look forward to seeing more.

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    1. Thank you, Iain, I look forward to sharing more.

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  3. Love your theme and I am looking forward to know a lot about Puerto Lopez through your pictures and words :)
    5 Reasons Why Adventure Travel is Good For You #AtoZChallenge

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  4. I am *always* up for learning another good lunch choice!

    Glad to see you back!

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  5. I miss our inexpensive almuerzo in Cuenca!

    Donna B. McNicol | Author and Traveler

    A to Z Flash Fiction Stories | A to Z of Goldendoodles

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    1. I would, too! They are so good. Thanks Donna!

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  6. Hi Emily - seems like a sustaining lunch ... and what fun to have the restaurant in the village ... together with Agnes' ... cheers Hilary

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    1. It is sustaining and delicious, Hilary. We are fortunate to have many good restaurants.

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  7. I have walked past there! Next time, will stop in.

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    1. I certainly recommend it, Joss! You can't go wrong with the chicken or fish.

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  8. I am a fan of beans and rice...both Mexican and others. Looking forward to your photos through this month. Happy A-Zing.

    Nilanjana
    Madly-in-Verse

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  9. Missing Ecuador and the delicious food!
    Heidi at, A Little of This & That

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    1. I'll do my best to convince you to return for a visit over the next 25 posts, Heidi :)

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  10. I love eating in these small restaurants. There is a lot of heart in the food you get in such places.

    A is for absent minded

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  11. A tasty start to what I'm certain will be an interesting guide to Equador!

    My Friend Rosey - B is for Boyfriend

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  12. Excited to learn more about Ecuador!

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  13. Isn't it great to add some Spanish to round out the A to Z challenge? :)

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    1. It is great to begin with Spanish! :)

      Hope all is well in Mexico. I am heading over to your blog now.

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  14. It seems very appealing. I think I'm going to enjoy your A to Z posts. I'm always dreaming of visiting Ecuador!

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    1. You should have a better idea what to expect by Z. Especially if you visit the coast. Thanks Eva!

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  15. $3 is such a bargain for that much food and drink! I can't recall getting any food that cheap when we went to Ecuador, but there were definitely food bargains to be had. I wish produce in the U.S. were as inexpensive as it is in Ecuador.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. I know! The price just can't be beat! Not all restaurants offer an almuerzo option and some that do can be as high as $6 so it pays to ask around. Produce prices in the US always surprise me when I visit, even though I know I should expect them to be higher.

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