This was the first restaurant we went to in Cusco, maybe more expensive than many other local restaurants, but definitelly a nice place to have lunch or dinner. You will find traditional peruvian... more
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... more
This restaurant is located beside the Plaza de Armas street (did you hear it before?...), traditional live music, international and traditional foods.
I recommend the Alpaca sirloin (alpaca, llama and... more
Another restaurant has taken it's place but didn't seem to offer Cuy on the menu. 2 doors down ( toward Plaza de Armes) was a nice little restaurant that offered Cuy, Alpaca, Trout etc. Price for Cuy... more
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... more
We visited ‘Bagdad Café’ for lunch and thought it was a great place with good food. We had a chicken dish with potatoes, but the menu had a lot to choose from; local food, pizza or burgers…
The café... more
When you ask a Cusco guide on the buses which restaurants are the best, the standard answer is all of the ones on the Plaza de Armas. As you walk around the plaza, there will be people hustling to get... more
This is a friendly fairly up-market restaurant in the south east corner of the main square in Cusco, the Plaza de Armas. It serves traditional Peruvian cuisine (including cuy) and some international... more
This place has a very nice view of the Plaza from their restaurant. I decided to have the Buffet which was very pricy. They had a very large selection of different kinds of food. However me being a... more
Overlooking the Plaza de Armas from a huge second-floor space, La Retama is one of Cusco's most enduring favorites. The restaurant's walls are lined with the art and handicrafts of Peru. While it can... more
Though just off the Plaza de Armas, this is a tourist restaurant that seems to still cater to Peruvian tourists. The menu is in Spanish only and relies heavily on Peruvian standards. The decor is a... more
Jack's was right around the corner from our hotel. It had the best latte that I dearly needed every morning and afternoon.
This is ran by an English women. We would order our lunch here for 23 people... more
Chez Maggy comes highly recommended in many guidebooks, but I think it's just OK. It's caters to tourists, and they have sort of a strange assortment of Italian, Mexican, and local food. A few of my... more
We went to Inca Fe becauase it was down the street from our hotel, and man was it good! It's a small place, with both local and American dishes, and in our big group, everyone enjoyed what they... more