We went to the Restaurant by luck. It was amazing! We got garlic bread fresh made from the Ofen. Pisco and homemade lemonade. We definitely go there for a second time with friends! Best dinner we had in Peru!!:)
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The pisco sours are amazing, food is wonderful and staff is sweet. Not the speediest place ever, but if you get the staff's attention they're on it. Really enjoyed the vegetable stuffed avocado and asparagus pizza. One of our top restaurant visits in Cusco!
Went in one night because I wanted a burrito, but found the best pizza in Cusco! You get free garlic bread which is delicious, and if you want also a Pisco Sour. The pizza is delicious, so I only ate that everytime I went here....More
Close to Plaza de Armas but away from the touristy restaurants, Urpi is a hidden gem in the historic central part of Cusco. We waited roughly 5 minutes for a table upstairs (where it was very warm) and eventually sat at a four person table....More
This is a hidden gem! Hidden away in the mazes of streets in Cusco. Free garlic bread with the tastiest dips to start. Great variety on the tourist menu. Reasonably priced and very tasty. Wood oven cooking. Great service.
Four of us were looking for a restaurant for dinner. We found this one on the street near the club scene. We we're seated quickly. The restaurant is pleasant and has live folk music with flute and guitar. Now to the not-so-good part: the waitress...More
My first night in Cusco, my goal was to find a place that had Cuy on the menu. Urpi was located off the main square tucked away on a quiet street. I ordered the cuy, and another in my party ordered the llama kebabs. I'll...More
I spent 2 days in Cusco and only ate at Urpi. They have a great menu for the price, food is tasty, pizza is excellent!. They even gave us a Pisco Sour as courtesy and it was delicious. In cold nights sit on the first...More
Im sure their other food is good, but we went here one night to get burritos, and sadly we were desappointed. Im a huge burrito lover, and we got was bleeh...they didnt even put rice and beans inside, when we asked the lady she said...More