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The power of the Pachamama, or Mother Earth, is displayed on the dining tables of PACHAPAPA in the form of the noble foods with which she regales us. Like a ritual pulsing with energy, mealtime becomes a revelation as the aromas of the Andes waft out of the earth oven in the central courtyard, or our slow-cooked dishes emerge from clay pots, infused with generous flavors. Rustic and rural, PACHAPAPA is located in an old mansion in the traditional neighborhood of San Blas, or T'oqokachi, across from the Church of San Blas, the oldest in Cusco. Offering traditional dishes from Cusco and more, in an atmosphere that pays homage to the region’s customs, art, and mystique, local handicrafts and cuisine…
We were in Peru for nine days and this was, far and away, our favorite dinner. The pace was pure South America - we were allowed to take our time, which was an unexpected pleasure. We shared a half bottle of wine (still acclimating) and...More
We went there to try lomo saltado and it was super delicious! Also tried papatitas as an entree and a quinoa and ice cream dessert witch were also super tasty. The space and staff were super Nice but it was a bit expensive: one entree...More
We had the most amazing time. The atmosphere, Staff, and Food were all incredible. The restaurant was recommend to us by our hotel and they picked the right one!
Check our YouTube Channel, DOUGandNIK (Search and you'll find us), we did a complete video review...More
Pachapapa has a great selection of traditional peruvian dishes as well as pizzas and salads.
The place is very nice and cozy, the service is great.
I enjoyed an alpaca prosciutto pizza and a solterito made with beans, corn and andean cheese.
One of the more famous local Peruvian or Cusquena delicacy is the Guinea Pig and I have tried it. Hesitant for a few days, this local "Pet" like animal is the local's favourite. The appearance of the dish is much like Chinese Roasted pig and...More
We wanted to have a special dinner on our last night in Cusco, and Pachapapa did not disappoint.
We had reservations (recommended - this is a busy place), and took a table in the outdoor courtyard. The weather was a little chilly, but the restaurant...More
We stumbled upon this spot for lunch and were lucky to get a seat - several large groups arrived soon after us. Despite being busy the staff were attentive and provided excellent service. Our table was part of the wonderful atmosphere in the open courtyard,...More