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Cuisine


Looking for cultural immersion to satisfy your appetite? Cuenca’s markets teem with produce, prepared food and adventure

By David Morrill |

Ecuadorian chocolate returns to its 5,000-year-old roots, producing industry ‘game-changing’ results

By CuencaHighLife |

Does cuy really taste like chicken? At Mi Escondite it tastes just like cuy

By Deke Castleman |

La Placita Restaurant will anchor a reinvigorated Esquina de las Artes, offering a full menu and complimenting the MeLatte coffee shop and an upstairs bar

By Sylvan Hardy |

On the Tomebamba riverfront, Mayu mixes casualness, a real bar scene, a youthful format, and craft beer with a touch of New York

By Sylvan Hardy |

MeLatte Café serves up great food quickly, simply and inexpensively; it’s the cornerstone for the revitalization of Esquina de las Artes

By Sylvan Hardy |

From Baltimore to Cuenca: Anubis brings years of experience from the U.S., mixes North American, European and Mexican tastes to perfection

By Sylvan Hardy |

Sophisticated European dining where you would least expect it; Shamuí in Saraguro serves fabulous meals at rock-bottom prices

By Sylvan Hardy |

Tierra de Fuego on Av. 10 de Agosto is a fabulous find and a great addition to Cuenca’s growing dining scene

By CuencaHighLife |

For consistently great food at consistently low prices, Moliendo Colombian Café on Calle Honorato Vasquez can’t be beat

By CuencaHighLife |

You might come for the pizza but the steak at Mediterraneo is fabulous

By CuencaHighLife |

High-end dining in a great setting, but not at high-end prices; once called the best restaurant in Ecuador, El Jardin still shines

By CuencaHighLife |

For Chilean empanadas and a lot more, Rancho Chileno is hard to beat

By CuencaHighLife |

Looking for Cuban? Looking for a good almuerzo? Give Bella Cuba a try

By CuencaHighLife |

Bagel man Rich Westcott works his magic in Cuenca, building a following among both gringos and Cuencanos

By CuencaHighLife |

In a city of many bakeries, Maria’s Alemania builds a reputation by introducing Cuencanos to German tastes

By CuencaHighLife |

Grande Dame of Cuenca restaurants closes its doors; owners plan to open a new restaurant in the same space

By CuencaHighLife |

Sunday food festival at Mall del Rio benefits Cuenca cancer support foundation; organizers say ‘come hungry’

By CuencaHighLife |

RAW IN CUENCALooking for raw, organic products in Cuenca? Tienda Nectar on Benigno Malo offers a wide selection

By CuencaHighLife |

They’re noisy and they’re smokey but Cuenca’s buses are inexpensive and get you where you want to go

By CuencaHighLife |