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Hmmmm...If the bathrooms are dirty, probably the kitchen isn’t cleaned....food is below average even though the location is premium for people watching...stick to beverages is our suggestion....why chance food poisoning...
Don Colon's is just an all around good experience. The location, the food, the service, all things you want in a good dining experience are here. The ambience is a bit average but the fact that the owner Don Colon himself comes out and visits...More
Stopped here for lunch while visiting the old city and ate an enjoyable outdoor lunch: soup, salad, an entree and a cervesa - all for about $6. The seating inside looked pleasant for colder days. If you get hungry while strolling through Cuenca, this was...More
Very good restaurant. I had pasta of the day and salad for a starter. They gave garlic bread for the whole table to share. Don Colon himself took our orders and did some small talk with us. This made the whole dinner very special. He...More
This year, Valentine's Day, was the first time we have visited Don Colon's restaurant in more than 2 years. Enjoyed the surf and turf dinner, as much as the owner's friendly socializing. He generously poured us each an extra glass of wine, on the house....More
We visited Don Colon three times during our stay in Cuenca. The food and service were excellent. The food is Ecuadorian but has a subtle twist that suited our American tastes. The ceviche was delicious!
When you want to take a break, sip on a beer or fresh juice and do some people watching, this is the spot - directly across from the new cathedral.
We chose the set lunch - sea bass with vegetable soup and papaya juice. Filling...More
Was recommended here by a friend. Senor Colon (who also speaks English) is super friendly and gave us some great travel tips. He made the whole experience. The service was fast and accurate. We liked the old world decor and thought it was cute.
As a solo traveller and career waitress I often find myself in restaurants with time on my hands to watch the staff and how the place operates and Don Colón definitely runs a stand out establishment.
I had an excellent Cuban Steak with beans &...More
No, I haven't tried the native fanesca, which I think is the local fish soup for Easter. However, Don Colon's meals are not as good as I've had at other restaurants, and jis copies of American recipes are not as good as the... More
No, I haven't tried the native fanesca, which I think is the local fish soup for Easter. However, Don Colon's meals are not as good as I've had at other restaurants, and jis copies of American recipes are not as good as the other restaurants I've eaten at. If you check out some of the other restaurants I've listed you should try those first, they treat there customers nicer and better, like you're a guest in there house for dinner.