At this contemporary Andean restaurant, starched white tablecloths and impeccable service lend a polished air, while design touches such as a cobbled floor and natural fibers are reminders that you're in the Andes. The menu is as well-crafted as the service, with traditional Peruvian Criolle dishes. The carapulcra, dried potato with pork ribs, and the traditional bean dish tacu tacu are standouts. Even if you don't eat, drop in for cocktails—the Chicha Tu May, which puts a twist on the pisco sour by adding a dash of ruby-red chicha, is a happiness inducer.
Portal Espinar 144, Cusco, Peru