CQRS stands for Command Query Responsibility Segregation.
REST goes well with CQRS when we use the paradigm of “REST without PUT”.
The idea is that we no longer PUT the “new” state of an entity, instead we make our mutations be first class citizen nouns (rather than verbs), and POST them.
REST without PUT has a side-benefit of separating command and query interfaces (CQRS) and forces consumers to allow for eventual consistency.
We POST command entities to one endpoint (the “C” of CQRS) and GET a model entity from another endpoint (the “Q”).