It just outside the cathedral of Cuenca. A beautiful place to sit and have a relaxed lunch. And it has good food.
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We stopped here for lunch when we arrived and had menu di dia for 15euro ea so much food and good . salad, calamari, pork, bread, wine friendly waiter . We came back for dinner and had paella and it was a big pan with...More
If you are in Cuenca old town you must try this bar and restaurant. The fixed menus are excellent value and the food is great
we had lamb chops and paella, the paella was fine, but either we were cheated about the lamb chops or else the portions were just too small. we had ordered for 2 - payed 32 ish euro, and got one small plate . when asking,...More
On our trip to Cuenca we are not eating out in the evenings but taking long lunches . We came here right off the train on our first day and found the food good, fresh and unpretentious. The Ensalada Mixta is very good as is...More
This should have been a good place except that the price of our beers seemed to depend on what the person behind the bar wanted to change - €2 each the first round, €1.80 the second, €2 each the next day and then they were...More
We ate here for every meal during our stay in Cuenca. The tapas were excellent, and they stay to the old tradition of a free tapa with every drink order. The bar area was lively, and the restaurant section buzzing with conversations.
After the amazing tour with PAblo (Cuenca Viajes) we went to San Juan for dinner and everything I had was truly delicious. I didn't try any meaty dishes as I'm a vegetarian but all their veggie dishes that I tried were yummy! :)
The San Juan Restaurant was a positive surprise...very good food...I had a local lamb that was tasting very well and my wife and friends had a nice Local paella with “rape and gamba”...be careful, it’s a little spicy! I do recommend this place!!
Service was quick bearing in mind that the outside terrace was full and it was a hot summer Saturday evening. We ordered a Paella for 2 persons which was preceded by bread and drinks and in the end took some 20 minutes to arrive. Once...More