Good variety of Italian and Peruvian dishes. We had alpaca and cuy (guinea pig) and they were delish! Prices were moderate, service was relaxed, nice place to unwind after a day of touring.
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Situated just off the main plaza this restaurant has a varied menu not over priced. When busy and if you are in a large group it may take sometime so allow plenty of time, the food was good with a reasonable choice of drinks.
Half a block from the Plaza de Armas and the Cathedral pf Cusco, the Incanto Restaurant is a large upper end eatery, with high prices and a picky and arrogant staff that would not use a waiting list or permit access even if tables are...More
Inkanto is an excellent option if you are looking for a break from Peruvian cuisine. And even more so, if Italian dishes are the flavour of the moment. We can recommend the Lasagne!
Well located, just a few meters from the main square, the food is really good and the ambience is pleasant, with a big oven where they cook pizzas. The menu includes options like pasta, rissoto, chicken and meat. Try to get a table close to...More
I visited this restaurant with my tour group, and thus we did not have access to the entire menu. Even so- the food they served was beautiful, delicious, and the restaurant has a great atmosphere. Service was the perfect amount of attentive but not overbearing....More
My husband and I enjoyed delicious rissoto, salad and water. The waiter forgot I had asked for a glass of Wine. When We wanted our check the waiters took a long time and were too busy with a another large party. I think the ñame...More
Really enjoyed this spot in Cusco - the homemade pasta really did it for us and it but they've also got a traditional Peruvian menu.
This was one of the more upscale restaurants we ate at on our trip. The food was very good, plating was appealing, and, as you can imagine, slightly more expensive than surrounding restaurants.
It's disenchanting that most travel agencies strike a deal with this disgusting, horrible restaurant. It's also disgusting how hard it tries to be an American version of Peru. All the vegetables in the buffet are frozen; canned beets, thawed out carrots, salad, etc. The sweet...More