Great place! Nice atmosphere, good food! Greek chicken its from another world. Its a must in baños to vome to eat in Hood cafe
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We had lunch at this local restaurant before we left Banos. We had tried Casa Hood the day before, so thought we should give Cafe Hood a try as well. Apparently there used to be one Hood restaurant owned by a couple. They divorced, and...More
We had lunch here while in Banos and ordered a couple of the small dishes. These were in fact not small at all and tasted good. We had hamburguesa, chicken teriyaki, oat meal porridge and nachos with guacamole. Everything was tasty, the guacamole was especially...More
We ate here our first day and thought it was great. Prices some of the best we found in Ecuador. The burger was big, delicious, and only $4. Also like the salad and sandwiches.
The service staff was so keen on been on time and very nice with us, food had great flavor, and plate sizes where very good! Another great thing was the coffee, one of the best coffees I’ve had in the country! A must in baños!
This place has a good variety of dishes. And as far as I know we were all happy with our food. I had mexican, others had italian. If you want a good meal and people in your group habe different cravings, this is a good...More
This restaurant was recommended by our guide and after walking the busy little town of Baños, having a beer, we took him up on his recommendation. The restaurant did not disappoint. It was quite an eclectic assortment of dishes from all over the world- falafels,...More
Went here too many times on our short visit to Banos, because everthing was so tasty and fresh. The food was delicious and the staff is warm and friendly.
Food is great and cheap, we went twise and it didnt disapoint us. Hot chocolates are amazing. Have a choise for vegans and vegetarians.
I have some things to say about Cafe Hood. I was there a few weeks ago with a group of friends who are exchange students here in Ecuador; we were looking forward to a peaceful meal after a long day of hiking. The food was...More