Quinta Eulalia, Cusco

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    Quinta Eulalia

    by SirRichard Written May 11, 2005

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    This is a very nice restaurant with an interior patio and terrace, where you can have typical cusquean dishes. I went there on a sunday and there were many local families doing their sunday meal in the terrace, as well as a few tourists.
    Is a bit expensive for the average here in Cuzco, but not really overpriced. I had a pork dish and a Cusqueña beer for 20 soles (6,5 USD).

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    Quinta Eulalia: a world away from Cusco but right in town

    by richiecdisc Updated Feb 3, 2003

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    quinta meals are full of local flavors

    This little oasis in the middle of overly touristy Cusco is a welcomed relief from those in the Plaza de Armas, who try and serve up international foods with varying degrees of success. It is open air and on a nice sunny day, one can spend the whole afternoon and feel like you are out in some rural suburb, sipping a beer and watching life go by.

    Favorite Dish: The menu is limited to what is on the chalkboard but I enjoyed everything I had. This photo is cordero asado (roast lamb) with a rocoto relleno (stuffed pepper), tamale (corn meal in a corn husk) and served roasted potatoes. You can eat very well here for $4 and the beer is some of the cheapest in town too.

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    Quinta Eulalia: Biggest Asados

    by hartti Written Apr 19, 2004

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    This nice restaurant is in old colonial house of two floors. Paintings on the wall, flowers, nice atmosphere. That's why it's very popular for small parties, like birthdays. Pisco costs 7 sole (Feb04).

    Favorite Dish: The best asado I ever had.

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    Quinta Eulalia: Authentic local Peruvian food

    by cacosta Written Apr 25, 2007
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    I'm vegetarian so the menu was very limited for me. However, I dined with five other people who ordered various traditional dishes and they all enjoyed their meals. Beware...if you order the cuy (guinea pig) it is served whole and looks a lot like a fried biology experiement. A trio of musicians entertained us with traditional music. With the exception of the cuy, it was an enjoyable and very inexpensive meal.

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