This restaurant serves delicious cruelty-free food, adapted from traditional Peruvian dishes.
It may be hard to find the entrance. Though the restaurant's name is well marked on the street side but you'll need to go in the alley, past the big gate and then through the door on your right-hand side.
The décor is cosy and colourful and the staff extremely friendly.
It felt like a breath of fresh air (away from the cuy and alpaca dishes which are so heavily prominent in and around Cusco) and we really enjoyed the experience. We ordered quinoa soup, plantains, spaghetti with vegetables and coconut milk (it came with eggplant and tomato puree on the side), and papas with spicy sauce. Everything was delicious and we found the portions reasonable (despite some reviews here stating the opposite).
Prices are on the cheap side. We appreciated having this possibility and would definitely go back.
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