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I totally agree with Peter from UK.
The front is misleading. These guys give you super service and super food.
We even got in half an hour before they opened for beers in the bar.
Thanks a lot for a great evening for 7 MC...More
Don't be put off by the unimpressive frontage of this restaurant; it's a little gem. Our party of four sat outside in the dimly lit alley (yes, really) and shared goats cheese salad, crocheted, cod/bacalhau and pork sirloin, which were all superb. We finished with...More
The restaurant offers a relativelly small, but good selection of different courses to share.
The idea is to try different flavours and share them in an informal and very familiar atmosphere.
The warm attention from maitre and waiters is something really different you can enjou...More
Came across this place by accident after reading great reviews. Sat down outside and drinks order was taken fairly promptly. Asked for menu and was told by waitress no food was available. Slightly taken back but not too bothered until we noticed 2 tables next...More
Although in the centre of Cuenca, this little restaurant is tucked away and doesn't look much from the outside. The decoration is slightly odd; typical Spanish wooden restaurant furniture with modern art views of Cuenca on the walls.
We were the only customers during our...More
I have known this place for the past 4 years and it changed hands a couple of years ago. They have gone "upmarket" with gourmet presentation and the food is excellent. But they have destroyed the atmosphere of the place. This used to be a...More
In spite of the informal atmosphere, dishes' presentation is "Grand Gourmet" standard and the the way they look is just the beginning, as their taste is just as special. One cannot order his/her own dish, but a large dish is served in the middle of...More