Enjoyed a lot the Pisco Sour, the Octupus Ceviche a las brasas and the Langostinos in Coconut sauce. Great service team and commitment to get your order right .
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Cartagena is one of the most beautiful walled cities of the world and savoring the beautiful flavors at Cuzco of local ingredients with a punch of the Peruvian approach to cooking is an extraordinary experience. I spent 5 days in Cartagena and ate at Cuzco 3 times... menu offers multiple dishes and the place allows you to enjoy modern setup... More
We love Peruvian food so when we found this restaurant, we were elated. We did not expect food like we had in Peru but it was very good. It's part of a chain of Peruvian restaurants in several cities in Colombia. The clientele was mostly locals and Colombian tourists when we were there for lunch. Service was attentive and friendly.... More
Thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at Cuzco. The food was flavorful, nice South American wine selection, and attentive service. Live music that was a nice volume- loud enough to be festive but not too loud to talk. The attire is Caribbean Casual- white linen shirt and light weight pants or nice shorts for men; pretty halter or off the shoulder top... More
We went there for my mom's birthday and had excellent Peruvian food: ceviche, the causa and "Aguado de Manzanillo" was the absolute main during our evening. The staff was very nice and offered a complementary dessert for my mom's birthday. Absolutely recommended if you love seafood and Peruvian/Latin food.
Came with a large group which included a family from Japan. They enjoyed the classic Peruvian ceviche, but wondered what was so Japanese about the ceviche Japonés. Great pisco drinks. The house band played some Buena Vista Social Club. Near plaza Santo Domingo, the center of the action inside the walled city.
We decided to try two options of starters: the shrimp plantain baskets in a sauce and the grilled ceviche. Both were delicious. Liked the ambiance. Great place to stop and enjoy the nice colonial infrastructure and meal. Good wine selection.
This was my second visit as I wanted to savour their risotto de lomo once again. I knew I was playing it safe taking my wife to dine out their because the have great options for Peruvian cuisine. They also have a good selection of wines. If look closely you can get a good deal for certain wines. The best... More
I had heard good things about this place so I thought i'd try it what a disappointment. First the hostess was rude to set the tone as she came across as she was full of herself. Second it took forever for myself and my date to order drinks to start and then took forever to recieve them which was a... More
Just incredible. Ceviche followed by fish/shrimp/ pulpo in cilantro sauce. Fabulous Chilean Sauvignon Blanc. I thought I'd died and gone to heaven. The restaurant itself is beautiful, the service is great and we loved the live music. I will be yearning to come back to Cartegena as I always do but with even more reason.
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