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“Ok food with ok price”
Review of Encantasqa

Encantasqa
Ranked #180 of 748 Restaurants in Cusco
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$2 - US$11
Cuisines: Fusion
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Dining options: Breakfast
Description: Encantasq´a bakery is a place of fantasy, inhabited by fairies, elfs and nymphs, angels, unicorns and mythical creatures, under the guard of the custodian of the garden, The Faun. In this garden of dreams lives an elf, who from her magical kitchen and with the help of gnomes and dwarfs enjoys making happy culinary treats for the mortals that visit this eden of sensations. The earthlings who dare to enter this world of illusion are enchanted with the vivid experience, in the realm of the tree of charms and under a starry night where planets, nebulas and constelations make them feel in the sweetest and most pleasant of dreams, from where they will not want to wake up.
Reviewed 31 December 2013 via mobile

Small cafe with nice atmosphere. We were looking for another cafe, but after three taxi took us to the wrong place, we decided to eat here. Food was normal, nothing special. I like my dish, but my Peruvian friends said that it was not authentic. Since it was cheap, I have nothing to complain.

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Reviewed 7 November 2013 via mobile

Some friends and I left our hostel looking for a nice meal at a good price. After walking around a bit we wound up in San Blas and stumbled upon Encantasq'a.

We couldn't have found a better restaurant with a menu touristico for 15 soles if we tried. The menu included pisco sour, a jugo, first course and second course. However, unlike most places, the food was presented beautifully, and tasted beyond better than any other menu I have found in Peru.

Definitely seek out Encantasq'a if you're passing through Cusco!

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Reviewed 20 July 2013

In a town and a barrio not known for good value restaurants. This really is a gem. We opted for the 18 soles menu which was a choice of pasta, accompanied by garlic bread and and a glass of wine. The huge portion lasagne of lasagne was freshly cooked to order and delicious. The service was excellent, speedy, efficient and very friendly. The decor is unusual to say the least, a little like sitting in fairy grotto. We are returning here tonight, we liked it so much.

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1  Thank crellston
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Reviewed 16 July 2013 via mobile

We were looking for a simple cafe style place to buy lunch and discovered this little gem. The decor is unique and worth coming to see. I ordered a club sandwich which was excellent. The bacon and cheese was still warm. My wife had the vegetable soup which was tasty, huge and full of big pieces of many different vegetables. The service was friendly and very efficient. A great place for lunch.

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1  Thank Superpear
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Reviewed 14 July 2013 via mobile

Encantasq'a is located across the street from Jack's Cafe. The restaurant is decorated with whimsical murals, lights and artwork. It's adorable -- and so is the owner!

The menu is traveler friendly, with breakfast, lunch and dinner options, as well as an assortment of baked goods. We were there for dinner, and could choose from sandwiches, salads, burgers, pasta, meat and fish. Some of the dishes were Peruvian, but most were not. Regardless our dinner was quite good, reasonably priced, and served quickly with a warm smile.

The only question I have is why such long lines at Jack's Cafe, when available tables could be found right across the street at Encantasq'a?!

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