Cusco has a lot of fun and inexpensive Andean restaurants, but only a couple in this restaurant's league. It's the most expensive in town, but it is well worth the splurge!
A glassed-in corridor overlooks the handsome colonial patio of the former monastery, while the main dining room is a series of intimate rooms sumptuously decorated with Cusqueña School artwork, stone arches, and wood-beamed ceilings.
Favorite Dish: Try the Peruvian specialties: alpaca tenderloin with corn, sweet pepper chile, and mint sauce; and duck-and-rice stew with coriander.
The tables are sheets of thick glass laid on top of baths full of fish !!!!
very colourful,great idea.
The toilets were coverd in barbed wire,very tastefull done though.Very arty
Favorite Dish: I had a steak with 5 different spices and garlic sauces mmmmmmmmmmmmm,one beer and a Pina Colada,very nice,this was our treat when we got back to Cusco from Machu Picchu
Crazy ambience, really good food, friendly staff, even if bit more expensive than the average restaurant in Peru, but perfect for an ultimate night in the city of the Incas
Favorite Dish: Queso de los Andes, steack and local cheese...DELICIOUS