Kaia: Oreo Shake!
Just a couple of blocks from our hotel, this friendly place is great
I had a quinoa stir fry which was awesome and a divine Oreo milkshake for desert!
Bill for two of us was 58 soles (£14)
A great find
Restaurante El Huacatay: Local with Asian and Mediterranean flavours...
El Huacatay is located a few blocks from the main square, in a narrow dusty side street where absolutely nothing happens... But don’t get fooled, it is a great place! There are tables outside in a small cosy garden, but we had a late lunch at the restaurant and sat inside because of the hot afternoon sun... The dining room only has a few tables and the restaurant was almost full – even it was in the afternoon... The food is local, but with elements of Mediterranean and Asian style and flavours... El Huacatay was recommended to us by the taxi driver, who drove us around the Sacred Valley, and we were not disappointed. Really tasty, large portions, and nicely presented, but also quite expensive according to Peruvian standards…
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Wallpawasi: Fill up on chicken
Wallpa Wasi is an all-you-can-eat restaurant that serves rotissery chicken, salad and French fries. Their salads are safe to eat. It is a large restaurant with a rustic interior. They do have a bar.
They are open Tuesday to Sunday; closed on Mondays
Pizza Wasi: great pizza place
In Urubamba are many good pizza places. They make the pizza while you're watching, you get some garlic bread first and some spices to put on your pizza.
The next day we went to another pizza place. This one was good as well but I've forgotten the name.
3 Queros: Good andean food
3 queros is a good restaurant 3 squares from the gas station going to Ollanta. They serve local and andean food.
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