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Ñaño, means brother in Kichwa. 

In Ecuador, the word Ñaño is used a lot more than the Spanish word "hermano" 

For this reason, Ñaño was the perfect name for an Ecuadorian restaurant.

 

Since Ecuadorian food is so diverse, we update our menu periodically

to bring you as much as possible from every region.  

Our dishes maintain my family's recipes: from my mother's Seco de Pollo using Naranjilla pulp to the most influential person in this endeavor, my grand mother Inés.  

I take pride in the kitchen; always striving to do better.  

This is why, both new and returning customers can enjoy a home made meal

in a friendly and cozy environment.

 

I invite you to stop by to have a little taste of Ecuador

and have a very special dining experience.

Hasta pronto! 

Abel Castro

UNCLE ALEJANDRO
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Mom and Dad
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dad and oldest brothers
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Mom, dad and grandparents
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Mom, aunt and grandfather
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Grandfather Bolivar
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Grandmother Ines
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Great grand parents
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691 TENTH AVENUE
OFF WEST 47TH STREET
NEW YORK  10036
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