Street Food + Local Drinks

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From $85.00

24 reviews   (4.67)

Price varies by group size

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Pricing Info: Per Person

Duration: 3 hours

Departs: Quito, Quito

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

Up to 24 hours in advance.

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Enjoy the culinary scene of one of the tastiest capitals of Latin America.
We've made the perfect route for you to discover why the night time street food scene in Quito is a must.
Explore the infinite possibilities of our fresh and diverse ingredients.
Finish the night at one of our favorite bars.

What's Included

2 alcoholic beverages

All the food in 5 stops


Traveler Information

  • ADULT: Age: 1 - 100

Additional Info

  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Public transportation options are available nearby

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

What To Expect

We´ll start watching the sunset in our favorite scenic view

5 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Parque Jose Navarro
Well share delicious food in this traditional park.

30 minutes • Admission Ticket Free


Awesome Street Food tour of Quito with Santi D!
Jay L, 26-11-2022
I had a great time touring and tasting local Quito good and drink with guide Santi Diaz!

Not only was the food and local drinks delicious, Santi walked me from place to place and shared his local neighborhood knowledge and and Quito expertise.

Thank you Santi and Bondabu! I had a great time and recommend Santi as a guide 100%. Friendly, knowledgeable, great conversationalist and flexible!
A great way to spend an evening!
Sharron_P, 20-11-2022
I thoroughly enjoyed my street food tour. The night started with a warm drink and ended with dessert and a craft beer. In between was plenty of food tastings of typical Ecuadorian food. I did as a solo and had my own guide. We had good conversation and he was very willing to answer all my questions about life in Ecuador. I am sorry I can't remember his name but he was outstanding and I enjoyed learning about him.
Amazing authentic street food with Daniella
Gabriel_H, 18-11-2022
Daniella was a fantastic guide! she took us to 3 neighborhoods that we would never think of visiting otherwise, where she exposed us to street food that was unique, interesting, and delicious. We loved interacting with the cooks standing on the sidewalk working on their delicious offerings. We also loved the terrace bar in Guapulo with great views of the neighborhood. We do food tours in every city we go to. This was certainly the best one we have had!
Tasty street food tour
mauinoel, 10-11-2022
I usually try to book our food tours towards the beginning of a trip to get the lay of the land and ideas for future meals, but as Quito was at the tail end of our Galapagos trip, it had to wait until the last night. Unfortunately, my husband was feeling under the weather and so I reached out in the morning to make sure that there were other guests, to make it worth the guide’s time if he was unable to attend. The owner assured me that there was another guest and my husband decided to come, knowing that it was a short Uber ride home if he couldn’t stay for the whole thing.

We met up with Daniella and sadly the other guest scheduled to join us was a no-show. It was quite a walk to the first stop where we had the first of 2 alcoholic beverages, which acted as the bookends of the tour. It was a warm, festive drink at a super cute restaurant, which made for an auspicious beginning but then the long, somewhat uphill walk to the next town and stops got the better of my husband and he went home before getting any food although Daniella did offer to get him something to take home.

I enjoyed the next few stops which included skewers (a bit chewy), chicken gizzards (an acquired taste), and two delicious sorts of empanadas. I didn’t have much of an appetite, and I’m sure that it might’ve been different if more people had been on the tour, but I found this to be a little more of a tasting tour than a filling one. There was never any pressure to eat everything, but if everything wasn’t to your taste, you might not quite get enough to serve as a full meal. I’m sure if I had asked for more of the cheese empanadas, which were my favorite and the most filling, Daniella would’ve happily obliged, but not knowing what was coming next, I didn’t want to fill up on one thing. In retrospect, I wish I’d gotten a few takeaway things for my husband. The last food stop was a kind of food court, where I tried a tripe sample, which had great flavor, but it’s never something I can manage to eat much of, and didn’t really count toward the meal/tour. She gave me the option of trying a thick seasonal drink or a
‘wind empanada,’ and I figured I’d go with the drink since it’s not always available. It was okay, but heavy so I didn’t manage to finish that either. Finally, we ended with a beer where I opted for a smaller glass than what was offered, because I didn’t want to be wasteful and knew I couldn’t finish the double pints it looked like they were serving.

Throughout the tour, I enjoyed talking to Daniella. She was super personable and made it about the culture and food, but also Quito and Ecuador in general. Seeing the street food scene and having someone help me navigate it was great. The only reason that I give this 4 instead of 5 stars is the value. When tours involve stops where space has to be reserved or food preordered, I allow for a slightly higher cost, but as this was relatively inexpensive street food paid for as we went along, and might not even be enough to constitute a whole meal for some (again, I didn’t leave hungry, and I didn’t ask for more, I’m just comparing it to other 50+ food tours I’ve done), the $80pp cost seems a bit high. Would I do another Bondabu tour though? Absolutely.
We really enjoyed...
Laura_D, 29-10-2022
We really enjoyed Daniella and she was very knowledgeable. We tried some local drinks and some crazy local food! Walked the streets of Quito and got lots of history.
As much as we liked the guide and the experience we felt it was not a good value!

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