The menu is more Italian than anything else, and the decor ethnic Cuenca, so not sure why the name!?!? They have a lunch special, that again, was pure Ecuadorian. The soup was good, thick pasta and veggies. You get a juice and rice with either grilled chicken, beef or pork. Loads of rice on the plate and a really small, but tasty cut of meat. The salad was a slice of tomato, really? Not sure why they would bring the dessert, an undefineable fruit, at the start of the meal, particularly when we were the only clients in the place. Not bad, but not good either!