Pristine neighborhood kitchen lures locals with authentic Ecuadorian offerings.. In Short This well-lit restaurant stands out in stark contrast to its austere Pulaski surroundings. Hardwood floors, faux brick walls and an exposed kitchen make for an inviting setting, as do the friendly local clientele and acoustic soundtrack. Look for specialties like empanadas chilenas (fried meat, olive and raisin turnovers) and guatita (tripe in peanut sauce) along with the tamale-like namesake dish, Las Humitas. Or opt for dishes with grilled chicken, pork or beef with rice.