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A Pedir de Boca

Benigno Malo 5-54 | Between Juan Jaramillo and Calle Larga, Cuenca, Ecuador

Cuenca, Ecuador
  Website   +593 99 592 1215   US $1-9 per entree

Type of Establishment:
Bakery
Cafe/Deli
Coffee Shop
Restaurant
Cuisine
Asian
Bakery
Coffeehouse
Deli
Italian
Pizza
Thai
Vegetarian
Vietnamese
Serves:
Breakfast
Dinner
Lunch
Good for:
Expat Hangout
Kid-Friendly
Other
Dairy Free Friendly
Egg Allergy Friendly
Gluten Free Friendly
Kid Friendly Atmosphere
Nut Allergy Friendly
Vegan or Vegetarian Friendly

In Cuenca, this is a most welcome place for vegans. All of the dishes from pasta to grain filled burger, sandwiches and soups are served with colorful sliced vegetables, Barely wilted from their raw state. A tasty hummus on the side accompanied each dish with small slices of focaccia. The menus and photos are online at the website: A Pedir de Boca. Details: wine, tea and coffee, Great desserts.

CUISINES: International, Asian, Thai

SPECIAL DIETS: Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options. Chicken, Shrimp, Beef and bacon available.

MEALS: Lunch, Dinner, Brunch

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