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  • Hauaku hostel in Quito, Ecuador is unique in the fact that is it not only a covenant place to stay when visiting Quito, but it also has some of the best sushi in the tourist district of Quito
  • If in the mood for a different sort of experience than that of the typical backpacker, try going to Hostel Huauki

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      Hauaku hostel in Quito, Ecuador is unique in the fact that is it not only a covenant place to stay when visiting Quito, but it also has some of the best sushi in the tourist district of Quito.

      Located in the heart of the Mariscal, or tourist district, the hostels prices reflect the fact that they are not trying to prosper at the expense of travellers. Twenty dollars get you a private room with a private bath. Fifteen will secure a private with a shared bath. Ten dollars for a dorm room or eight if one opts out of breakfast respects the local standards while giving


      guests more for their money. Prices are per person but include breakfast at their restaurant. Laundry and internet faculties are on premises. The hostel is tastefully decorated in a Japanese style and is fairly new so things are cleaner and more attractive than those of other well worn counterparts.

      The restaurant on premises boasts food that is affordable, diverse, and made with care. The hours are Wednesday through Saturday, six at night to twelve in the morning. Huauki offers all you can eat sushi rolls for thirteen dollars and fifty cents during these times.

      The menu consists of a variety of sushi rolls, a ...


      • generous amount of sandwiches, steaks, soups, and salads. The prices for the dishes rival those of neighbouring restaurants in both reasonability and the quality of food that is delivered. They have a good cocktail list that’s prices and variety wins awards for variety as well.

        For a hostel in the tourist district, the services, prices, and variety of food that is delivered is outstanding. Sushi is a luxury here, when found it is often priced accordingly and not worth the anticipation. This is not the case at Huauki, in lieu of ingredients that can not be obtained here, local and regional substitutes are used.

        Soups include miso and there is a crab salad available. In addition to steaks there are a few different chicken dishes. The sandwiches include a traditional club and a vegetarian option.

        It is clear that the owners have taken great care to make their hostel a cut above the rest. In addition to the food, the staff are friendly and attentive. They can help with Spanish classes, tour arrangements, and are happy to share their knowledge of the area including safety tips. If in the mood for a different sort of experience than that of the typical backpacker, try going to Hostel Huauki.




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