Service was great, the owner makes all the breads and deserts. Everything was delicious. Great Music
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The restaurant is located in the historic part of Cusco. Great ambient and a super nice staff make it really worth a shot. Apart from the haute couisine en houte montagne, obviously.
We went there to find a mixed taste of France and Peru : the raclette was awesome ! The local cheese is very good and the cold meats were delicious. The desserts are also very tasty. I only regret not having known this restaurant before...More
We went there with our family as they invited us for their opening shout when we were passing by. We were pleasantly surprise about the quality of there cooking, and how friendly they were. It made our day. Fresh and local ingredients are used😊, with...More
Was recommended to try this cafe and enjoyed it thoroughly. Owned by a young and very personable Frenchman and his lovely Peruvian wife, he brought family recipes from France and she adds Peruvian dishes. We had a beautiful croissant and a croque monsieur, which was...More
We went there for coffee with milk and also ordered brownies for kids and pear tart for us. Everything was excellent. In fact we went back second day for exact same items. Only drawback is that they do not accept credit cards. The service is...More
Lovely cafe in San Blas, warm welcome by the friendly owner, Tasty quiche options and a proper espresso. Well worth another visit!
We were staying in the hotel right behind this place so had a lot of opportunities to visit, besides breakfast almost every day. This is a solid and simple french bistro type food with local touches. Ideal for breakfast due to a large carb- goods...More
Homesick French travellers or fans of cheese and wine, this is the place for you! We went there for their raclette (melted cheese served with potatoes, dry meat and pickles) and we're really satisfied. It's not exactly like the one from home, but I salute...More