Quinta Eulalia Review
A quinta is a típico semi-open-air Peruvian restaurant, and Eulalia's is the oldest such place in the city, cooking up hearty, filling portions of down-home food since 1941. Only open for lunch, its specialties include chicharrones (fried pork and cabbage), trucha al horno (oven-baked trout), lechon (suckling pig), and cuy chactado (deep-fried guinea pig). Eat your fill, and enjoy one of the Peruvian beers along with the traditional criolla music.
- Address: Choquechaca 384, San Blas, Cusco
- Phone: 084/234–495
- Location: Cusco
- No credit cards.
- No dinner.
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