Inkazuela is a great combination of Latin American flavors in a laid back Peruvian atmosphere. The menu features a daily selection of Peruvian, Venezuelan, Mexican and even Cuban foods.
I had the Mexican shredded pork appetizer. It was somewhere between a soup and a chili with a great texture and wonderful but not overwhelming level spice. It was served with a wonderful crusty bread. For the main course I had the beef with spicy chilis. It was "warn" with flavor as opposed to hot but delicious just the same. It was a heartier version of the appetizer with a close to stew like consistency. It was hearty tasty and satisfying.
The hostess was pleasant and attentive without being intrusive. And the kitchen was prompt and the food served hot. The service was excellent.
The restaurant is cozy with a rustic décor that is common in Cusco. The wood burning fireplace adds a romantic touch. Located on the Plazoleta Nazarenas in a second floor location just a couple of blocks behind the Plaza de Armas, it is well worth the effort to find.
It is also pretty reasonable with appetizer, two drinks, dinner for two and a shared postre coming in at about $40. Not cheap by Cusco standards but for a unique combination of food styles and great service it can't be beat.
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