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All reviews potato soup ceviche trout crepes juice steak pollo parque calderon ecuadorian food the main square varied menu huge portions place to eat nice restaurant main dish prices are reasonable cathedral
Have eaten lunch here twice in the past two weeks. Arroz con pollo the first time and arroz con camarones the second. The portions were large enough for two meals so I ate half for lunch and the other half was the following night's dinner....More
Raymipampa is a local institution, located conveniently next to Cuenca’s cathedral and across from the main plaza, Parque Calderón.
In business since 1933, the ambiance is classic as are some of the clientele. All-in-all, it’s an enjoyable place to have a hearty bowl of “Locro”...More
We've been to Raymipampa several times over the years. Our first time was about 4 years ago and we loved it! We decided to return on this trip and were not as pleased with the food. I had the trucha and it was just ok....More
Busy modern fast food type restaurant, with quirky decor such as a Christmas tree and lampshdes made of cups and saucers. Food was good and portions a decent size. We had Cerviche with nice fried corn and Beef Lasagne both were good.
The staff were...More
A group of us went here for lunch. My husband loved his ceviche. We both also had veggie crepes - it was ok - not a super fan of the sauce. It did have a tasty small corn salad with it. The free bread and...More
Limited breakfast selection.
Had the healthy breakfast option with bread, jam and butter.
Bread was poor.
Average coffee .
Unripe fruits in yogurt and a very small portion of scrambled eggs.
All for usd4.50!
Right in the heart of El Centro, on the Parque Calderon. They specialize in Ecuadorian food. Quite good but perhaps a little tired. We went for lunch and had Locro de Papa and a snack (a humita & a quimbolito). Locro de Papa is a...More