Great service and hard workers. Food was an event with a starter to desert. Had the pineapple chicken which was delicious.
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The moment we walked into this quaint restaurant we could see it was full of character. The wall decor and wooden furniture were unique and very interesting. Great conversation pieces, for sure. The servers immediately came to assist us by finding a secure place for...More
Really charming restaurant, thematic and nice looking, even being hide on a small alley. The food is amazing, soup main dish and dessert, all arranged beautifully. It is not the cheapest restaurant in Machu Picchu, but it worths! Your money will be well spent here...More
I absolutely loved this place from the atmosphere to the owner personally greeting every single person that came in and asking where you're from to saying bye and thank you to every person that left! The food was absolutely divine! This restaurant was very busy...More
We ate here as part of our 2 day trek/ visit to Machu Picchu with Alpaca Expeditions for a 3 course evening meal. The service was timely and friendly. I opted for the Peruvian creole soup for starter, mango chicken for main, and chocolate mousse...More