Galápagos meets Argentina in this pleasant, family friendly restaurant that opens to the street. You can order burgers and pizzas, but the grill is what really draws the patrons (and I prefer the pizzas at Galápagos Deli to the deep-crust pizzas served here). Anyone who's had their fill of the archipelago’s seafood will find the grilled beef cuts and barbecued pork ribs an excellent change of pace. For a real island experience, though, I favor the fine fish and seafood barbecues served up by the chefs. Try the Galápagos lobster in season, or the tsunami parrilla (grill), which  features filleted tuna steaks, octopus, shrimp (from the mainland, of course, but excellent), and squid.