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I know the title probably doesn't make sense until you hear "cuy" pronounced as "cooey" which is how Ecuadorians say it. Cuy is guinea pig and is a delicacy in Ecuador as well as being one of the most expensive food items you can order....More
A white wine, a local drink, canalazo, and a nicely prepared baked cuy made for an excellent meal in el centro. A very good bar and beer selection, and an expansive menu of traditional and international meals. The cuy requires 24 hour notice. Pop in...More
We had the most amazing guinea pig crispy and delicious we only realised how goowonderful it was when we had the same dish in Quito which was rubbish so please do not go to Mama Clorinda in Quito you are heading for disappointment
It was a delicious restaurant, serving the local specialty: the CUY, which was really delicious. Moreover, the place is cosy and friendly, the atmosphere peaceful. I really recommand this place if you want to try traditional ecuadorian dish.
Im an American but have been living in Ecuador for about ten years. I enjoy Ecuadorian cooking and have eaten traditional cooking in a wide range of environments from high to low. I particularly like cuy, and have cooked it many times myself with Ecuadorian...More
I went there with a couple of friends to try the famous cuy. Because everyone says that this is the place for it we just went.
The lady that serve pur table was terrible! She really didn't want to work ,was very reluctant to any...More
The place is very autentic and full of locals mainly.
The cuy was delicious, very crispy outside and tender inside, even when it isnt for everyday or everyone ...
The side-dishes nothing special and a bit to rustical, grease and heavy but the cuy self...More
If you're adventurous and willing to try local exotic dishes then this is for you. Guinea pig 'Cuy' is a local dish. Can be prepared many ways. This is the place to try it. It's slow roasted. Takes an hour so it's good to call...More