Discover Restaurants offering the best Soups food in Cuenca, Azuay Province, Ecuador. Writers and poets have long flourished in arts-oriented Cuenca, the country's third-largest city and the capital of the Azuay province. Cafes and galleries are tucked among the narrow cobblestone streets. The main plaza hosts both the old cathedral, started in 1557, the year the city was founded, and the blue-domed Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, dating to 1885. Locally made Panama hats get top billing at the markets, with centrally located Casa de la Mujer a shopping standout.
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4 based on 64 reviews
El Tokte is a salad and juice bar in Cuenca offering healthful concoctions with additions of chia, kale, wheatgrass, spirulina, goji, acai, coconut oil and different superfoods. Various vitamins and minerals. Our drinks can help improve your memory, foste
I love the smoothies here, so healthy. They have many superfoods such as acai, turmeric, spirulina, maca etc. There's lots of options, you can buy seeds, nuts etc. It's hard to find this variety of healthy ingredients in normal life, I try to get a smoothie from here as much as possible when I can. The staff are friendly and helpful, these ingredients can really contribute to a healthy life style and they taste so good too!
4 based on 96 reviews
Here at the Vegetable Bar our goal is to bring you the freshest, healthiest food you can find. We buy local fruits and vegetables, wash them by hand, prepare them and refrigerate them each and every day. And we buy as much organic food as we can find in E
I had a chicken pot pie that was seasoned with a cacophony of mismatched ingredients, and my tea and coffee (even liberally dowsed with sugar) was non drinkable. Too bad as the service was great.Wendell,We are sorry you did not enjoy our food. I'm not sure what you mean by "chicken pot pie that was seasoned with a cacophony of mismatched ingredients." We have been selling the same recipe for 2 years and continue to sell more than 60 of them each week. You are the FIRST person to tell us they did not like the recipe.As for your tea, I'm going to have to debate that with you. If it was hot tea, we only serve water and let the customer's choose their tea bag. If it was iced tea, we also have been making that same recipe for 2 years with no complaints.IF you want to try us again, leave us a message at [email protected] and we will arrange for a free dinner for you on a day when the owner is here and you can tell him in person what you did not like about the chicken pot pie.Best regards,MichaelThe Vegetable Bar
5 based on 20 reviews
Bento Japanese Lunch Box is the brainchild of Bone-ito home delivery and catering food service owners Matthew Hart, Debby Degamo and James Dahili. El Centro at Simon Bolivar and Bartolome Serrano, Bento will feature our all-handmade Japanese ramen with ho
The restaurant is small with very uncomfortable wooden stools. Traffic noise is problematic and the exhaust fumes from the street are unappetizing. Definitely not a place to discuss business or carry on any semblance of conversation. The owner and waiters are friendly but an hour on the stools is torture.
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