ÑAÑO ECUADORIAN KITCHEN opened on Halloween night 2013. Ñaño means brother to Ecuadorians and was the perfect name for the restaurant. The idea of opening an Ecuadorian restaurant in Hell's Kitchen was born two years prior. The concept of the dishes has evolved over the years since the birth of this idea. In addition, we update our menu periodically to bring new ideas to the table. However, the taste of our dishes were maintained as they are my family's recipes. From my mother's Seco de Pollo using Naranjilla Juice to the most influential person in this endeavour, my grand mother Inés. You can also find my sister's tamarind based sauce in the pork dish, my brother's Aji sauce and my grand mother's steak marinate. I take pride in the kitchen; always striving to do better. This is the kind of aspect of this business that makes up Ñaño a special experience. This is why both our new and returning customers can enjoy our home made meals in a friendly and cozy environment. So stop by soon to have a little taste of Ecuador.
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