The Deep’s Trellis Restaurant

This charming country restaurant has been in business for 29 years. Featuring freshly made muffins and home cooked soups, quiche and special desserts like cream puffs and pie crumbles, it is easy to see why steady customers love this place. Come for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Ecuadorian Food.


Open Hours The Trellis Restaurant

Mon7am – 11:00pm
Tue7am – 11:00pm
Wed7am – 11:00pm
Thu7am – 11:00pm
Fri7am – 11:00pm
Sat7am – 11:00pm
Sun7am – 11:00pm

Handicap Accessible The Trellis Restaurant:

Easy access, no curb or stairs.

More restaurant info

Price RangeUnder $10
Takes ReservationsNo
Take AwayYes
Accepted CardsCredit
Good ForBrunch
Bike ParkingYes
Good for KidsYes
Good for GroupsYes
AttireCasual
Outdoor SeatingNo
Wi-FiNo
AlcoholNo
DeliveryNo

Payments accepted The Trellis Restaurant:

  • American Express,
  • Cash,
  • Debit Card,
  • Diner’s Club,
  • Discover,
  • MasterCard,
  • Visa.

Ecuadorian cuisine

Ecuadorian cuisine is very diverse, which is due to the different altitudes of certain regions of this small country. Pork, chicken, beef and kui (guinea pig meat) are popular in mountain areas, the meat is served with carbohydrate-rich foods such as rice, corn and potatoes. A common street food in the mountainous terrain is the ornament (baked whole piglet, served with potatoes). Among the many dishes of Ecuadorian cuisine, one can distinguish patacones (immature plantains, first fried in oil, then mashed and re-fried), lapingachos (potato pies) and seco de chivo (ragout of goat). A great number of fresh fruits are usually available in the lowland regions of the country: grenadilla, passion fruit, naranchilla, several kinds of bananas, physalis, tahoe and tamarillo.


Traditional products of Ecuador cuisine

Different products are traditional for different regions of Ecuador. For example, kostenos (people on the coast) mainly eat fish, beans and plantains, while for serranos (mountain dwellers) the main products are meat, potatoes, rice and white mamaliga. Among the dishes characteristic of the coastal areas, seviche is prepared, prepared in various ways, but it is basically made up of seafood (fish, shrimp, etc.), marinated in lime juice, as well as cassava bread, plantains with crushed peanuts and encebiolados , the most popular dish on the coast, consisting of marinade with large pieces of fish, onions and various local spices. In the province of Esmeraldas, most traditional dishes are cooked with coconut.


Food Allergy Notice

Please be advised that food prepared here may contain these ingredients: Milk, Eggs, Wheat, Soybean, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Fish and Shellfish. Tell the manager or chef restaurant if you are allergic to some foods.