In-PersonRussian Hill, San Francisco


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Banquet (20+ Guests)
ecuadorian, californian
Chefs Alejandra and Kevin met while cooking at a fundraiser for the victims of the Ecuadorian Earthquake of 2016. Working together allowed them to share their unique passion for food and culture; quickly leading to friendship and a shared culinary pursuit. Alejandra invited Kevin to explore her home country and to be a guest at her wedding. During this visit Kevin fell in love with the culture and cuisines of Ecuador. They're here to share some of that passion, culture, and energy through food.

Menu detail

Fire of the Mountain
Warm cocktail crafted from Ecuadorian sugar cane
Locro de Andino
Small Plate
A must have when passing through Quito. This traditional soup is the start of every meal and a common cure for chuchaqui (hang over). potato | avocado | achiote sofrito
El Jardin de la laguna
Small Plate
A Sunday Staple. Chef Alejandra and her family would feast on trucha (trout) fished from the dew covered banks of Papallacta trout | rice paper chicharron | sea beans
Tortilla De Tiesto
Small Plate
A native breakfast favorite. These tortillas unique to the Guaranda province are hand shaped, seared on a 'gran sarten' (large cast iron pan) and stuffed with smoked cheese. corn flour | oregano | aji | burrata | sal prieta | popcorn shoots
Blue Corn Empanada
Small Plate
Ecuadorian street food commonly found while exploring the city blue corn masa | braised lamb | aji | lime picked onion
Small Plate
Chef Kevin's favorite Ecuadorian dish. potato | lightly cured egg | roe | elderberry
Pan De Yuca
Small Plate
No dinner is complete without a warm pan de yuca yucca | carrot | guava
Wander the city streets and you'll find people carting around what looks like ice cream... in the open air... on a hot day... without melting. maca | mascarpone | poached figs


In-PersonRussian Hill, San Francisco
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)