I wound up here as a lunch stop during a tour of the Sacred Valley. I kind of regret going, because I managed to break away from the group for a bit to hit an ATM -- but was afraid to wander more widely and be left behind. The Peruvians I was with also seemed ok with it, and I can understand why this would be a pick for the tour buses. It's a big place and serves food buffet-style, which means a big group can get food quickly. At S20, you can certainly get better deals elsewhere, but a buffet at that price isn't bad either. Just don't expect much as far as the food -- pretty plain. There's a parrilla restaurant a few doors down to the left if you're facing the street that I wish I'd taken the chance to visit instead.
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