Nice pit stop in Ica, friendly staff. You can try some of pervivan wine and pisco and visit the facilities of the Bodega.
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We came here principally for the wine tour and tasting, and it didn't disappoint. We were coming over after Tacama as our taxi driver convinced us it was worthwhile to come here. The tour was interesting, showed that they still brew in small batches, we...More
I quite liked the visit of the bodega... but then we you're hungry after the Pisco presentation it is definitely not a good idea to go to the restaurant. It is very expensive, I just got a Carapulcra con sopa seca for 15 soles, the...More
For vegetarians there are not so many choices but what they served us was just horrible! A potato salad with some sauce and another traditional food where they took out the meat and was looking very strange and we didn't even tried it.
I visited El Catador for the second time recently and would not return. Although it’s a nice opportunity to try local specialties like carapulcra con sopa seca (dried potatoes in a stew with noodles on the side), the prices are high for the region. The...More
The place is well organized, a nice surprise that after we order the food we were taken to a mini tour and learn the process if making piscos and wines, at the end you can taste many of them, and the staff give the best...More
We had a quick lunch here on a recent visit to Ica. The food is basic home-cooked Peruvian food and is relatively inexpensive (although I'm sure you could find cheaper options nearby since it's fairly touristy). We shared carapulcra which came with sopa seca, which...More
We ordered our food and then went on the wine/Pisco tour. They showed us the grapes and all the process for pisco. Then, tasted different kinds of very sweet wine. I ended up buying "crema de pisco" made with pisco, algarrobin and maca...delicious! The food...More
The food was plentiful and very tasty. It all went down well with a bottle of the local wine. It is a bit out of town and you would only go there if it was a part of a trip to the vineyards. Meal would...More