We had three meals here. Our first was a lunch with a standard "menu". It was simple and elegant. We also enjoyed two dinners here. Both were tasty and well prepared.
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We had dinner here with a group of 10. The owner made sure we had a place to eat together. It is small inside. We all enjoyed our dinners. They have an old wood burning stove in the kitchen. Would definitely eat here again. The...More
After several months travelling through SA we can say that this restaurants experience was a highlight! The quality was very good, made with passion, served with a smile in a nice atmosphere! All that you get for very fair prices. Usually I don’t eat that...More
We found this nice cafe by chance, it did not look big or special from outside but it was phantastic! We had the breakfast americano with scrambled eggs, bread, butter, jam, tea and good coffee. All was delicious and all our complicated extra wishes were...More
I got the set-price lunch. There was a delicious soup for the first course. The second course was more regular - rice, some vegetables, and grilled chicken. But it was nicely done and not greasy as is sometimes the case. Dessert was a small serving...More
Tuna Cafe has a varied menu with typical Peruvian choices. Service was good. I liked that I could get a double pisco sour, something I didn't see elsewhere.
Tuna Cafe is hands down my favorite restaurant in Cajamarca. The cozy atmosphere is both welcoming and charming, the food is of the highest quality, and the service couldn't be better. I would recommend Tuna cafe to anyone who is looking for a great dining...More
A very inexpensive cafe just steps from the main plaza in Cajamarca. They have a wide range of dishes available as well as a daily lunch menu, which is typically a 3 course meal with an included fruit juice at unbeatable prices. Order a tea...More
I was surprised at the portion and price of the meals. I had tenderloin steak for around $6.50 and it was well done, soft, and tasty with the black pepper sauce. The seating is pleasant with plenty of room. At some tables you can see...More
The restaurant is located near the Plaza de Armas, next to the room (cuarto del rescate) where the Inca leader Atahualpa Yupanki was confined to prison by the Spanish mercenary Pizarro. The menu plates are tasty and fairly uncommon. While most of the restaurants offer...More