Fodor's Expert Review La Feria

$$ Cusco Peruvian
Traditional Peruvian cuisine, rather than the stuff of gourmands, is a food of the people, served on the street or in family-style restaurants called picanterías. At La Feria, you can enjoy good country eating Andean style, with generous portions of such typical fare as slow-cooked pork, beef ribs, anticuchos (kebabs), and much more. With balconies overlooking the Plaza de Armas and a warm and welcoming atmosphere decorated with brightly colored textiles, you’ll feel like you’ve just walked into your long lost Peruvian grandma’s house.
Peruvian Views Lively Lunch Dinner $$

Quick Facts

Portal de Panes 123
Cusco, Cusco  Peru


Known For:
  • Traditional Peruvian food and atmosphere
  • Varieties of homemade chicha
  • Overlooking the Plaza de Armas

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