Galápagos Islands Restaurants

  • Restaurants
    by MalenaN
  • Restaurants
    by MalenaN
  • Restaurants
    by MalenaN

Galápagos Islands Restaurants

  • How much can we eat?!

    To say that meals on the Angelito are generous is an understatement! And not just meals – every time we returned on board after an island visit or a snorkelling session, a treat would be waiting for us. And with two visits each day, and snorkelling on most days, that’s a lot of treats! All meals are included in the cost of the cruise, apart from...

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  • it don't get any more local than this

    Cafeteria Rincón Manuelitas was another little place we discovered on Charles Binford. It was tiny and a rare one in that it did open for breakfast. In fact, it wasn't open too late in the evening as was the norm on this night oriented eating street. We noticed the owner baking what looked like cakes to us on a number of occasions as we passed by....

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  • saving $ in G. Islands, this is the...

    After our $32 extravaganza at Familiar William, we decided to check out the place across the road called Servi Sabrason. It was always packed and they had a big picture menu with very reasonable prices prominently displayed right up by their sign. They had many Ecuadorian standards and we ate here a number of times. Most of the seating was outside...

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  • a taste of Esmeraldas

    The most popular area to eat in Puerto Ayora for tourists as well as locals seems to be Charles Binford. It is a ramshackle conglomeration of just barely permanent restaurants that do not have very set hours. Most are either not open during the day or open sporadically. Maybe it was our being there in the off season. It generally does not matter as...

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  • great local baked goods

    Isabella did have a very nice little bakery. The owners were super friendly and it was a local place. It was a real find in the Galapagos where they haven't quite caught onto the gringo's penchant for baked goods. We enjoyed their cinnamon buns and elephant ears and they even had some decent rolls to make sandwiches on which came in handy on an...

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  • small portions meant no second chance

    The place next door to Restaurante Toque del Sabor was our first meal in town. The smell of garlic drove us in and it was a nice enough place though its lack of customers didn't set well with us and should have been a reason not to go I guess! I ordered octopus which was a little pricey ($8) but the smell of what I surmised to be garlic and olive...

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  • limited but nice ambience and food

    Sometimes you don't know how good something is until you don't have it and that is the case with Charles Binford street on Puerto Ayora. Isabella is a beautiful island and many independent travelers' favorite of all the Galapagos but when it comes to eating out, choices are limited and quality/quantity not up to similar places on Santa Cruz. With...

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  • nicer owner than the Cervichia next door

    It's tough to be next to the sea and not want to eat seafood and the most Ecuadorian in this regard is cerviche. Many westerners are leery of eating this “raw” fish but the fact is the fish is “cooked” by the lime juices it is marinated in. It is true it is possible to get sick from it if not done correctly but I've never had a problem and in this...

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  • not just for guides

    As the name implies, this is a gathering point for the guides of the Galapagos boat trips. This could be because it's the only place that seem to open at a reasonably early hour! Despite its great location it is not overpriced and there are some very local dishes besides popular tourist fare. It always seems busy and there is a bustling atmosphere...

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  • Location Location

    This is a good stopping spot when you visit Puerto Ayora as part of a cruise. It's a laid back place to sit outside at a table order a beer ( comes with popcorn ) and watch the people on Avenida Charles Darwin stroll by. When we finished buying our T Shirts and strolling through town we came here and caught up with most of our crew- mates!!

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  • Great local specialties

    The ambience is wonderful. Each night's menu is different and developed from the fresh food bought each day in Santa Cruz. Service is excellent. See my Galapagos travelogue for a lot more info.Take one of the tables outside under the covered deck area in the late evening and experience a very romantic sunset over dinner.Watch for the friendly owl...

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  • Italian Food in the Galapagos

    There aren't too many great places to eat in Puerto Ayora, so this place definately stands out among the very best. The staff give you a nice welcome, and are very friendly. The interior is well done (but the videos they show about sharks made me nervous because I was diving the next morning!) The food is very good, and well presented. All in all,...

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  • Nice atmosphere

    This restaurant is part of the Hotel Silberstein and has two dining areas. I preferred to stay in the open-air portion just at the street entrance. However, there is an enclosed dining room behind the open-air area (the outside wall separating the two shelters a bar counter/wait station). The photo shows the indoor dining room, which has windows...

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  • Eating aboard in style

    I struck it lucky when I chose to sail with the Pulsar as, unbeknown to me, the Pulsar has the best chef on (and off) the island. This became clear when crew from the other boats would come over for food. Needless to say, we all ate very well and despite the size of the cat, there was always more than enough food for all.

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  • No place like on the ship. I...

    No place like on the ship. I have travelled on a ship called 'Sullivan' and the food was great. I have never had so much vegatables anywhere else in Ecuador. Also the surprise snacks after snorkeling or walking were great: popcorn and tuna fish crackers!!

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  • If you stay on bord of a...

    If you stay on bord of a cruise ship, each and every one of them will provide you with excuisite cuisine! And if you stay in the Ilsand, there will be many restaurant to offer you great food and great services.The Sea food in galapagos is FANTASTIQUE, and ATTENTION NOW.. There is a list for you:Stroll along the main drag, Avenida Charles Darwin,...

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  • El Kiosco de Wiliam

    El local, al igual que el resto de la calle, son como uan especie de kioscos de prensa pero con comida y 5 mesas al lado tapadas con un tendejon ¡¡ no te asustes!!No te austes si en tu mesa se sienta un desconocido a cenar a tu lado si hay una silla libre y empieza a conversar contigo, la verguenza y gente fria no existen en Galapagos. Si pasas...

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  • LAS 4 LINTERNAS

    Si os apatece una pizza en las galapagos o algo de pasta este es el sitio, esta bien de precio y la comida es buena, eso si vas muy entrada la noche unos mosquitos super pequeños te daran la lata, pero eso te pasara en muchos sitos; ja ja es el unico restaurante que conozco delmundo donde en todas las mesas podras encontrar locion antimosquitos.No...

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  • RESTAURANTE LA GARRAPATA

    Precios Europeos, es decir, caro, pero como dije bueno, buen serrvicio y animado, muy centrico.La dueña es hija de los primeros colonos de Galapagos de origen Suizo, te puede contar bonitas historias. Todo lo que veas en la carta, es el restaurante de calidad e imagen del pueblo, si quieres quedar bien o sencillamente ligarte a alguien vete ahí.

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  • All food is served on your...

    All food is served on your boat. The food on the Sullivan was excellent. Fruit, pancakes, eggs, fresh bread and juice for breakfast. Three course lunch - soups, cooked meal (meat/fish, vegetables, rice/potatoes) and desert. Two course dinner - hot meal and desert. If we had meat for lunch, it would be something different for dinner. And then there...

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  • I enjoyed the restaurant which...

    I enjoyed the restaurant which was the program. Breakfast was at the hotel, full lunch was on the boat as it traveled to the day's destination, and dinner was back at the hotel after the day's outing and the minihike from the dock back to the hotel. And I repeat, choose the program/hotel-boating which is what will please you the most and not cause...

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