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Went here to shop for a special dinner we cooked at our airbnb house in quito. Bought fantastically fresh fish and lots of produce . Although I speak Spanish, I think it would be easy to shop, just point to what you want and they...More
It doesn't matter what taks you there, once you get in to Mercado Iñaquito you have to try the Hornado and tortilla with Aji, It is an authentic delight. Also you can't leave with our getting one fresh fruit juice, they use fresh fruit and...More
This is a great place to go for breakfast or lunch and shop for fruit, vegetable, meat and fish. We specially loved Wed market.
It became our routine to go to the market to have breakfast inside of market or outside the coffee shop Carolina,...More
The Iñaquito Ancestral Market is our weekly must stop because we buy everything fresh and the variety is awesome and at better prices than the grocery stores. Expect to pay more if you are a ‘gringo’, unless you learn the art of ‘bargaining’. Caseras will...More
Probably the best market I have visited so far in Quito for food. The range in fresh food is from - Fruit , vegetables and meat (if you're cooking in Quito) to prepared food - Food stalls serving very cheap cooked lunches to more specialty...More
I love markets. If you love markets, you'll probably love this one too! Fresh food abounds. Prepared food ready to tantalize your tastebuds. Flowers for sale. Even electronics, kitchen gadgets (including the biggest wooden spoons I've EVER seen) and baskets. Love this place. Bought some...More
The market is always a good place to go and get a good sense of the local produce. Colours and smells of a very diverse country! See the fruit and vegetable section. You can bargain on the price. But I wouldn´t encourage eating fruit on...More