Azuay (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈswaj]), Province of Azuay is a province of Ecuador, created on 25 June 1824. It encompasses an area of 8,309.58 square kilometres (3,208.35 sq mi). Its capital is Cuenca. It is located in the south center of Ecuador in the highlands. Its mountains reach 4,500 m (14,800 ft) above sea level in the national park of El Cajas.
Things to do in Azuay Province
4.5 based on 1 reviews
My wife and had Valentine’s Day dinner at Tiesto’s and really enjoyed it. We had the Menu de degustación (Tasting menu) number 1, which consisted of shrimp soup, prawns, chicken, and beef. Two glasses of wine or other beverages were included. Each dish was beautifully prepared and there were also several side dishes and sauces to accompany the meal. The dessert of praline cake was also delicious. Come hungry because even though the portions are of reasonable size, it’s a lot of food. Our waiter, Sabastian, was very attentive and described the courses in English. The total bill for two was about $80.
4.5 based on 422 reviews
This restaurant, although rather pricey for Cuenca, is always superb. It’s a quaint little restaurant with great service and delicious food. The pasta is home-made and there are several types of pastas as well as sauces. The steak and chicken meals are wonderful, as well. I’ve never had anything less than delicious everytime for the last 7 years.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
This is one of the most elegant restaurants in Cuenca. Located inside the Mansion Alcazar hotel at the garden area. I ordered a “Ceviche” as an entre and was very good. Also tried dishes of shrimp and fish that were good too. Few tables, about 10. Good service. Medium range prices $15 - $20 main dish.
4.5 based on 271 reviews
I came here a few times from when it was just the chef and his assistant to when they hired help. Don't know any of them personally- went there with family and friends. The one inarguable element here is the food. It is delicious. I had people at my table try the fish I ordered and order a second meal for themselves. The setting is quite pleasant and it is a nice change from the day to day downtown. Ofcourse service/location/price are all subjective to the individual- but the quality of the food is sure to satisfy anyone. I hope they stay in business for a long time because the food/ambiance is quite unique to the Cuenca restaurant scene and it's such a treat to have this as an option.
4.5 based on 463 reviews
Tipical Argentinan restaurant. Iron disc cooking style.<br><br><br>Iron disc?<br>An iron disk is a skillet pan, made for an artisan blacksmith, they give a special touch and distinguished flavour to our dishes. we cooked in them and you can served at the table, like a sharing plate.<br><br>You already know what an iron disc is, now you are ready to choose which one you want to share with your family, friends or partner or by yourself.<br><br>We offer a variety of them: chicken, beef, seafood, shrimp, risottos, pastas, fish, vegetarian, ...<br>And multiples sauces: cabernet, mustard, nevada, Thai, ...<br><br>You can not leave us without to try our homemade desserts, made by own pastry chef.<br>So delicious that you will struggle to choose one of them !!<br><br>We have a variety of wines. you will be suprise with our wine list. Wines for all tastes and palates and always get the best advice about wines to get with your food.
Who would have thought we would find a taste of Argentinian cuisine done perfectly right in Cuenca? Food might seem pricey when compared to usual prices in Ecuador but the portions are huge. We had two discos for six people and we still had plenty of leftovers. Not to mention that they have a great selection of wines. One of the most memorable restaurants in Ecuador.
4.5 based on 465 reviews
Open Wednesday through Sunday 8:30am - 3:00pm. Offering Great American Breakfasts and Daily Gourmet Sandwich and Salad Specials. Always Serving Organic Coffee Roasted Fresh Weekly. Come Relax, and Enjoy Our Tranquil Atmosphere and Views of the Gorgeous San Sebastian Park.
This is clearly a "Gringo" place in Cuenca. Opens at 8.30am and you definitely should go there to have your breakfast! Wide range of offering, different coffees, pancakes, integral bread and so on. Size of portions - outstanding! Price is absolutely fair. Well known among foreigners!
4.5 based on 259 reviews
I've come here twice in the past several days and it's very nice! The set dinner with juice is $3.50 for the meat of your choice, rice, beans, plantain, and salad. The other dishes going out looked really great, so I will try a more expensive option next time ($4.50-$7)
4.5 based on 664 reviews
We ordered a Florentino white pizza for Delivery on their website. The process was very easy, we received emails as to where the order was in the process. Jackie called to confirm the directions to our house. From order to Delivery was about 30 minutes with no issues at all. The pizza was one of the best we have eaten, all the ingredients were fresh, the crust was excellent. If you do not feel like going to the restaurant, their Delivery service is excellent.
4.5 based on 209 reviews
Cuenca's artisan coffee roaster. We roast small batches of premium Ecuadorian coffee, we also serve freshly brewed coffee and espresso-based drinks, both hot and cold. Try our coffee and other drinks with our breakfast or lunch menu.
4.5 based on 227 reviews
Authentic Brooklyn,New York Pizza...Excellent Calzone... Delicious Pastas and Fresh Salads in a relaxed and cozy environment. Now, we featured 4 diffrent delicious Hamburgers.We also serve Beer and Wine!!!
Had the Greek Salad and Chicken Parmigiana. The sauce was perfect and the whole meal was delightful. The owners do such a good job as cook and hostess. The meal was reasonably priced and we had a great evening. I highly recommend this resturaunt.
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