Quite frankly I was disappointed The man at the booking asked who I was.. I said I had a reservation & he asked who I was .. at told him & he walked off .. ok .. a bit weird .. I waited & he...More
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We had our best meal, overall, at Ciccionlina. The food was delicious and beautifully presented, but the highlight was our waiter and the excellent service from everyone involved. From the reservation process through to the last bite of dessert, we had a great time and...More
We liked the ambience of the restaurant. The decor is in red colours and has many nice paintings. Food and service were very good.
We ate here two times during our stay in Cusco. The duck, the ravioli, the risotto, the coquilles.... everything was so good! Next to this is the place very nice, the staff excellent and dont forget the cocktails and the wine..
This place has great starters and amazing main courses as well. It’s a bit fancy, and the prices reflect that. Meal presentation and tastes were amazing though, and it was worth every penny. Large wine list as well which went well with our pastas. Went...More
Lovely window table. Atmospheric with good service and a fantastic selection of tapas. We ordered the scallops with avocado, the beef, the humous, quinoa prawns.... absolutely delicious. The wine list was limited but an enjoyable evening.
Definitely a place to try when visiting Cusco. Service was a 10, ambiance was a 9, and food was 7. An interesting culinary experience, but at least for my taste, some of the dishes were not balanced. Mostly over spiced.
We had tapas the first night and so enjoyed the combination of flavours that we booked for a sit down restaurant meal the following night. The food was exceptional. I particularly loved the beetroot ravioli. I have eaten international food all over the world and...More