There are many bargains in Peru but I choose to pursue to fine dining when I travel. This beautiful dining room with floor to ceiling exterior glass walls provides a beautiful view from any seat in the house. The authentic Andean bread is brought out early and warm from oven. Our waiter, Eloy Papel, provided attentive, and casual service. The alpaca appetizer was excellent, and so was the stir fry beef I had as an entree. Their pasta may have been simple but left you wanting more, in spite of the ample portion. The spectacular finish is the chocolate tort, warm with vanilla ice-cream.
This restaurant is part of the Casa-Andian Private Collection Valle Sagrado, and the landscaping reflect the Inca Terrace look and feel. Throughout the dinner we were delightfully entertained by an Andean musician who played multiple native flute instruments and percussian devices. After 1 hr 45 m dinner we left quite content.
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