This longstanding tourist favorite has long tables set up in the center of its cavernous dining room to accommodate tour groups who come for the huge buffet lunch (S/65). Grab one of the smaller tables with a river view by the window or out on the shaded front patio for some good people-watching. Evenings are more sedate—as is the case with the dining scene in most of the restaurants here—with grilled dishes like trucha andina (Andean trout), beef, or alpaca
set to the entertainment of a folklore music show.
Av. Imperio de los Incas 600, Aguas Calientes, Peru
Jan 4, 2008
Nothing wrong with the food, but don't have a pisco sour here. They water it down.