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We were recommended this restaurant by another restaurant owner.
We ended up eating here three times in two days.
Prices were undervalued for the quality, portions and beautiful presentations.
We have traveled the globe many times, lived in numerous countries.
We are foodies. We highly...recommend this quaint restaurant.More
Found this place via taxi and so glad we did! Best food ever. We shared entradas poor two de Oaxaca. Seriously wonderful and huge portion! Especially fond of the grasshoppers and cheese! Excellent tortillas and chicachrons. We will be back again soon
Gorgeous little restaurant, charming design and atmosphere. Excellent service and wow what an interesting menu, Michoacan and Oscan dishes. We had three appetisers, one rice dish with pork that I had never seen before, delish if a little salty. Taquitos with grasshopper in bean sauce...in a great presentation but I was a little disappointed it was all creamy with no grasshopper crunch! Stuffed plantains again great presentation and su thentically cooked if a little bland. I would definitely go back to try main dishes!More
Cuish is a bit different. You'll find the menu offers dishes exclusively from Michoacan and Oaxaca - so it's not the dishes you typically see. However, it's a bit of an adventure when offering because the menus are exclusively in Spanish and some of the...foods are unusual. I found this to be fun, but perhaps it's not for everyone.
The setting is casual and cozy with interesting handicrafts throughout.
If you're looking to have a beer you'll find some craft beers by a Michoacan brewery called "Nacion". A much better choice than, say, Corona.More
This was easily the best restaurant we ate in Morelia. They specialise in the food of Michoacán and Oaxaca. The quality and attention to detail is excellent. We ate the regional soup, Sopa Tarasco in a numbers of places in Michoacán and this was definitely...the best with a stunning texture and blend of sourness and dried chilli. But all other dishes were excellent. We ate here on three separate occasions.
The other thing we loved was that the restaurant has a lovely quiet ambiance. It is in a pretty, quiet street and you are not disturbed by Mariachi and other visitors if you want a night away from that.More
Delicious traditional dishes from the region and from Oaxaca, my other favourite place in Mexico. Cuish serves great food without pomposity or faff. We loved the crockery and the decor - confidently stylish in the true sense of the word.
Went with my wife for lunch. They have a traditional dish from Morelia (sopa tarasca). We sat upstairs in a loft like setting. Away from the rush from downstairs.
The selection of food was different from all the other restaurants in the area. Oaxaca and...Morelia fare. Apart from the sopa tarasca, we went the Oaxacan route.
The botana platter for two is quite large, and the tlyuda(a LARGE tostada) we ordered with huitlacoche(a fungus that grows on corn), the best I ever had and cecina(thin cut of beef).
Drinks, I went with tejate, a pre-Columbian drink and my wife a hibiscus tea with rosemary(jamaica con romero).
Food was fresh and hot. Drinks were cold and refreshing. Went to spend time with my wife, so I didn't really pay attention to service, as I got great food and excellent company. That also accept credit cards.More
Cuish was a great find during our short stay in Morelia and I am looking forward to going back sometime soon. The dining rooms are small and quaint, the staff awesome, knowledgeable and friendly and the menu interesting and delicious featuring items from Michoacán and...Oaxaca Mexico. We opted to try chapulines (grasshoppers) served on a flatbreat that was excellent.More