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We came to this place with our trekking group, the guides just brought us here. The pisco sour was just okay, there was definitely no eggwhite in it. The service was terrible and the food arrived cold and the steak was thin and tasted like...More
This place is literally on the train tracks through town. The Pisco Sour was nice, the menu was limited in selections but food came well presented and reasonably fast considering we were a table of ten people. The waiters were average considering the service we...More
Walked past & saw some trekkers drinking piscoes. Still there an hr later when they recommended i try the passionfruit pisco.
It took a little while to find a barman but it was a decent pisco & the clientele is very laid back & chatty....More
Came because a few people along out travels recommended It as the “best pisco sour” in Aguas Calientes. The pisco sour was decent, definitely not the best. The service was terrible. We waited for quite a few time for just drinks as well as one...More
This was one of our favorite restaurants! Not only did we get the make our own pisco sours but we enjoyed the most amazing meal in front of a wall of windows which opened up to the rushing river just outside! I had the Lomo...More
The restaurant was empty but the view of the river good. Our food was not nice. The pizza wasn't cooked properly and was wet and doughy. After we arrived there was a large group eating and only one waitress so we had to wait so...More
I joined a group for the Salkantay trek, great great experience. On our last evening we went out for dinner and after wards for drinks. Our guide Fernando took us to a Pisco Sour 'course'. We had a great evening between making cocktails, drinking them,...More
My recollection of this place is that it is just another typical trekkers restaurant. Okay there is some music, a wide and varied menu, cold beer and wine is also available. But after a few of these places don't you just look forward to something...More
Prices we saw were nearly always in soles. That may be because the exchange rate for USD and soles varies almost daily. However, just by asking we could get a USD price although we had to make sure it was nearly the current... More
Prices we saw were nearly always in soles. That may be because the exchange rate for USD and soles varies almost daily. However, just by asking we could get a USD price although we had to make sure it was nearly the current rate. For example when we were there is was 3.15 sole to the USD. A few weeks later a stronger USD changed it to 3.25.
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