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This restaurant is a must stop for anyone visiting the Chinchero historical site. The food is phenomenal and reasonably priced. The empanadas were some of the best we’d eaten in South America. The service was great as well. Can’t wait to return!
What an amazing find!! We stopped by for a late lunch, and really enjoyed everything we ate. I strongly recommend trying the empanadas, soups, and natural juices. Everyone from the staff was very extremely attentive..
I ordered the sweet potato ravioli. They must have run out of ingredients as only one ravioli parcel had any filling - the others were completely empty and flat. It would have been much better to have been told they couldn't make it - I...More
So worth getting a meal here! It’s a bit expensive, but it was easily one of the best meals we’ve had in Peru! Beautifully presented and absolutely delicious, I highly recommend the food at this restaurant.
Our tour guide took us to Merienda - initially we were expecting the usual Peruvian fare (not a bad thing - food is consistently excellent).
However the food here was actually pretty refined - we had a trout ceviche and a ‘chupe de quinoa’ -...More
Best meal we have experienced during our entire two week stay in Peru. Very rich but gentle flavors. We had the ceviche and the vegetarian arrabbiata. Exquisite flavors. Excellent service. Beautiful view from dining window.
when you are travelling from Argentina to PERU! sometimes it is enough andean meals and the best option for spoiling yourself; i meant it is ok quinoa, "lomo saltado" and some other typical food but 3 months!!! come on man i have nothing againts lama...More
We were on a family trip to Peru and we had a guide for only the Sacred Valley part of it. We had been touring the area all day and wanted to eat a late lunch. After we went into the archeological park, our guide...More