Los Perros, Cusco
Here you'll find one more picture of the more than acceptable pisco sour. Made with a shaker, not with a blender which really makes a big difference. David Espejo is the friend on the picture, a very experienced guide.
Ate here on two occasions and had a couple of drinks here with a friend of mine who has been a reputable trekking guide for over two decades. Many guides find themselves here at night as do many English speaking expats & tourists alike.
The food is OK and prices are what you pay in other touristy bars.
They have boardgames, magazines, books and so on to keep you entertained if you're alone or are not in for a chat.
The pisco sour is good.
Dress Code: No dress code
Amazing food! Friendly atmosphere. I went there with a large group and they catered to us very well. The music was great, along with the games that they had... very entertaining. Don't be frightened by the random dogs, I'm pretty sure that's why it's called Los Perros. :D
I definately reccoment the "Smokey Dippers" and the "It'll Do the Trick" sandwich. I was in a group with Peru's challenge. We were building part of a school nearby, Los Perros made our lunches, and they were fantabulous.
This place is great!!! the food rocks- get the chicken sandwich and the hot chocolate is amazing! great atmosphere. the couches are so comfortable and the even have board games if you want to play. and friendly staff.
Great backpackers hangout with predominately couch seating in the two multi-room cafe/pub. Large selection of coctails and excellent gourmet coffee mixed with great music keeps this place busy from early evening on.