Really enjoyable lunch, was able to hide from the world there and enjoy my sweet lunch. Good way to get a bit of peace in the craziness of Cusco
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I travel the whole of South America and this must be the best bakery I have found so far. Comes close or tops what you would find in France and Belgium. Try their coffee ... But especially try their chocolate dipped croissants !!!
Their empanadas and croissants are the best I've ever tried in Peru. Their location its a little small but perfect for a coffee or a tea. I've been coming back every day for their cheese empanadas for breakfast and their chocolate croissants.
In desperate need to decent bread, we were pleasantly surprised to find this little gem! The espresso was nice and strong and the pan chocolate was buttery and full of chocolate. The ciabatta is also good. Would highly recommend this place. It is also a...More
I went to Qosqo Maki hotel (and cafe) a bit randomly, but what a good luck! I was amazed about the story behind this hotel. In fact, this is a nonprofit organization, a shelter for youths in Cusco. The money they raise through the hotel...More
Delicious! Warmed chocolate croissants and cheese empanadas for breakfast every day (except Sunday when they're closed :( ). So good we would return in the evening to see what they had left for a bedtime snack. Because they sell out every night, you're guaranteed fresh...More
I had stopped by here in previous trips and it has only gotten better. It's tiny but the coffee is fantastic and the fresh pastries are as good as they come.
Yes, believe it, you can get an awesome baguette in Cusco and this the place. Do not hesitate !! We came a little later one morning and only the wholemeal ones were left. We bought a baguette, some cheese and avocado from the market and...More