Six stately women resplendent in pearls and neatly pressed blouses sat at midday in the mirrored dining room. Somewhat incongruously, they were tucking into farmer-size portions of roast suckling pig, grease glistening on their lips and chins as they eagerly devoured swatches of bronze skin and hunks of rich meat that ran from pale brown to almost black. Whatever the social status of your party, you'd be crazy to miss hornado ($10) at Hornado Ecuatoriano. As if the half-pound of pork weren't enough, the plate also features two cheese-stuffed potato pancakes called llapingachos, a heap of hominy, lots of salad, and a tangle of... More >>>