We ate here twice. Home-made pasta and pork ribs. Enjoyed it very much! Great ambiance, very small restaurant but that is the charm of this place.
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Gustitos was just around the corner from where we stayed at Yawamarki and we had a repeat visit here because the food was just so good. We tried both lunch and dinner and both were excellent. The restaurant is tucked away on Recoleta and is...More
Visited in April 2017 Rather than some sort of gimmicky fusion restaurant, this really just seemed like an Italian-Peruvian family's home cooking. After a grueling day of high altitude hiking, we just wanted some comfort food. And we found this place near our apartment. Exceptional...More
This restaurant is worth the walk - it was delicious food, lovely owner and staff, and a pleasant, unassuming atmosphere. I asked for a recommendation and ended up choosing the homemade Tagliatelle with lamb ragu, which was delicious - the best dish I've had in...More
I'm usually not one for returning to the same restaurant when I'm on a trip, but this place was so good (and just next to our hostel) that we went back several times. Everything we ordered off the menu was delicious (the homemade pastas!). The...More
By pure luck i stumbled over this little perl of a restaurant. i had no idea what I walked into. the atmosphere is very nice. the quality of food is like a white table cloth restaurant but with a ambiance of a mom and pa...More
Wow, wow, wow. This place is seriously understated. I ate here several times over a two week period in the Cusco region. My favourite was the alpaca steak. On my first night I had the quinoa soup which was perfect while acclimatising to the altitude....More