Rydder (sp?) made me a delicious " dry" cappuccino and served us really good sandwiches under the watchful eye of his daughter Amy. He also arranged a taxi tour to Pisaq.
As soon as I walked in I knew this is where I was looking for. Nice atmosphere to work on my computer if I needed to and also to meet with friends and share piscos... The meals (I now go everyday) are the best (fresh, so much choice, plenty served up) I have had in months. I never need to... More
On our first day in Ollantaytambo, my husband and I ended up in La Esquina by accident, because our Fodor guidebook lumped it in with Hearts Café under the former’s address. What a happy accident! Delicious healthy food wrapped in a comedy of errors (more about that later). The food was worth the wait---the owner makes each dish herself and... More
Las Esquina Cafe offers best quality, large variety of menu items, generous portion of food and great service deserves the highest ranking in its field. It is conveniently located at the corner of Plaza de Armas and is a must-go eatery in the area. Firstly, we really loved their 3 course set dinner with lemonade, all for 15 soles. The... More
This is such a lovely little cafe - great atmosphere, delicious food and very friendly staff. The owner was so lovely and made us feel very at home, even if we did become regulars by the end of our two week stay in Ollantaytambo. The food was excellent - loads of yummy cakes (I'd particularly recommend the carrot cake) and... More
We visited at least 3 times during our three night stay. The owner was extremely friendly. We enjoyed the atmosphere for morning and afternoon coffee and snacks/treats. This is a must visit cafe if you are staying is this very beautiful town.
Ollanta seems to be a culinary hotspot. After having some brilliant food yesterday at the Hearts cafe, we went to Esquina today. We tasted their Fajita's and they are brilliant! Tasteful and just as spicy as they should be. The atmosphere feels like home 😃
Outstanding selection of tasty foods...something for everyone. Ridert and family are responsible for the success of this establishment. Try their salad combos, fajitas, sandwiches, coffee, coca tea, chicha, and cookies. Many repeat customers signify a top rated restaurant with good value. Not to be missed.
We ate here 3 times during our 2 night stay in the village. That should say it all. The empanadas were very good (I had the chicken), veggie omelet was juicy and full of well cooked items, the breakfasts were spot on but the highlight of this place, the salads. We had the chicken, tabbouleh and potato salads. In a... More
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