If you're in Peru and missing Paris, you're in luck. Unlike many of the higher-end restaurants in Cusco, this is not Peruvian fusion—it is French cuisine through and through, right down to the imported wine and the fabulous crème brulée. In addition to à la carte, there are tasting menus of either five or seven courses, allowing you to sample a variety of dishes like foie gras, escargots, and duck confit for S/129 and S/165 respectively. Tasting menus can be created to suit vegetarians as well. Add to that the comfortable seating with tables spaced a good distance apart and impeccable service, and you may find yourself returning here.