This restaurant-café, which also offers seven modest double rooms to rent for 150 pesos a night, caters to the Quebrada- or Puna-bound travelers. That said, it retains a rustic, local feel. Friendly service puts you at ease, and an attractive adobe courtyard allows for a lazy lunch in the midday sun. You can get a llama steak or a hearty version of the classic regional dish locro (here it's made with yellow squash, pureed beans and corn, and various types of pork).
There's even a short wine list.