We arrived in Cuenca quite late and wanted to avoid eating in the main square (too touristy) and a friend from Cuenca suggested we tried this place. It's tucked away down the side of the cathedral in a quirky old house that has been lovingly restored with a modern twist (check out the original carved ceiling on the top floor).
We prefer to eat at the bar so sat downstairs and we were treated to some delicious local red wines (2-3 euros per glass), little lamb chops (typical of the region) and a mountain of fried cheese with home made tomato jam. Everything was tasty and despite mixed reviews about service, our experience was very positive. The three ladies behind the bar were chatty, polite and attentive.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.