Delicious freshly prepared food. We had the Chupe de Quinua,Dieta de Polla and Pollo enrollado, Highly recommended. Will be coming aagsin for dinner. Cheers.!!!!
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Wonderful food! Excellent chef! Only downside was the long time to wait before our meals came. The quinoa soup was the best of any - and I tried several - in Peru. Our guide had recommended this place as a fairly new restaurant but very...More
This place was recommended to us by the owner of the B&B we stayed at in Ollantaytambo, and boy was it a great recommendation. We really enjoyed the atmosphere (we sat on the second floor) and the food was delicious. We had the Anticuchos Mixtos,...More
We had the perfect afternoon snack, drinks on the second floor deck and spectacular views of the Olly ruins and Granary. The trout ceviche was excellent, great spice and flavor and plenty for two to share as an afternoon snack! The menu looked great, so...More
Came here for a snack after walking around Ollantaytambo. A friend and I had the trout ceviche and a drink. The ceviche had excellent flavors (lots of finely chopped red onion, red peppers, and cilantro) and great presentation. The limonada was very nice as was...More
We got there right near closing time, but they were more than willing to seat us. The food was filling, delicious, and well-prepared. They were friendly and prompt with excellent service.
I went for lunch with my daughters and a friend. We had the alpaca, an organic salad (a long term favourite of my daughter's), spinach and peanut ravioli, and lemonade, all of which were excellent. It was quiet, there were a few other diners and...More
here the food is a little more up-scale but the servers were very poor. the prices were a little bit higher than other places, but then in USD we are taking a couple of bucks. Just didn't like the servers as they were never around...More
Actually I thought this was a nicer setting than most places we visited in Ollyanta. We chose this as the first place to have dinner on our 5 night trip to Ollyanta. This is probably the biggest restaurant that we visited, but there were limited...More