Tiesto's Restaurant Brings Ecuadorian Dishes to Patchogue

Featuring full meus, drink specials and Friday night parties with DJ music.

In October, Tiesto's Restaurant opened its doors serving up Ecuadorian dishes in Patchogue Village. According to their website, Chef Luis Marin – who comes from a small town in Ecuador, learned his skills from his mother who owned a restaurant in his native country. He teamed up with his two daughters to open Tiesto’s this year. The name comes from a handmade clay plate, used for cooking in the Andean culture.

 

Every day Tiesto's serves brunch from 11am-3pm. The menu includes omelettes your way ($14), eggs benedict ($14), prime steak and eggs ($20), a breakfast burger ($14) and more. Appetizers on their lunch and dinner menu include a guacamole bowl ($12), quesadillas ($10-$18 depending on the protein), nachos ($12-16), and empanadas ($10-16).

 

Handhelds include prime marinated strip loin steak sandwich ($20), cuban sandwich ($14), tacos ($14-18), and burgers ($10-15). On the entree menu for dinner they have and 18 oz grilled bone-in prime strip loin steak ($29), cabernet braised boneless short ribs ($26), marinated pork chops ($22), and pan seared wild salmon ($24).

 

Their native Ecuadorian dishes include churrasco, which is prime strip loin, white rice, beand, eggs, fries, avocado, sweet plantains, sauteed onion and tomato ($22), bandeja paisa, made of prime strip loin, chicharron (pork ring), chorizo, rice, beans, avocado, egg, plantains ($21), and chaulafan, which is sit-fried rice with shrimp, chicken,sausage, onions, garlic, peppers, peas, carrots, scrambled eggs, spices and herbs with maduros (sweet plantain) and avocado ($20).

 

Enjoy Margarita Mondays when they have classic margaritas for $5 and flavored margaritas for $6 from 4-7pm. On Fridays enjoy DJ music.

 

Location: 411 W Main Street, Patchogue, (631) 730 8603.