This meal was disgusting and overpriced. My pork was a piece of shoe leather. My potatoes were from a bag. My ice cream was freezer burned and my chocolate cheese cake was so bad I left most of it on the table. Do yourself a...More
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Stopped for a bit of lunch before an afternoon tour. Wife ordered vegetable sandwich and I had Peruvian chicken chili, listed as a Peruvian traditional dish. Both were good but not spectacular. Prices were reasonable for what was served. Not many in the restaurant but...More
We had a delicious and generous lunch down the street from our hotel, topped off with yummy strawberry ice cream.
We went down Choquechaca because a local told us there were good restaurants with reasonable priced Cuy on this street. The Cuy was good and so was the aji gallina and one in our party is a vegetarian and had grilled vegetables on stone which...More
American breakfast with decent hot coffee, fruit juice, toast, eggs with ham. S13. Tasty and the coffee was worth the entire trip!
We were looking for somewhere to eat after the tiring city tour and came across this nice looking restaurant. There was only one staff member and a couple of clients that left soon. We sat at the cozy tables upstairs and, after waiting for several...More
On our first day in Cusco, we had taken a free walking tour and were told there are a bunch of restaurants located on Calle Choquechaca where you could get dinner. So, we stumbled into El Canjon del Naupa. A bunch of us ordered the...More
We stumbled across this restaurant in the way back from Sacsayhuaman - we were starving so the quick service and tasty food were very welcome. It's a nice little restaurant and the staff were friendly, although after our first meals came we were somewhat abandoned....More