This restaurant is located at the first floor, so you don't realize they are there. Great home made meals with nice view on the mountains around. Service is great but a bit a long...
We went around 2pm and it was empty, which scared us a bit but it ended up being fantastic food. The cream of squash soup was great and the chicken burrito was awesome. It was essentially a make your own burrito with grilled chicken, fresh guac, shoestring fries, tomatoes and beans. enough for 2. highly recommend! Was less expensive than... 更多
The food there is very good, the burritos are very good, specially the beef one, located close to the plaza and the ruins and the train station. Nice place to eat, clean and with good service.
Some people say that this place is not the same since the founder, Alejo, left the restaurant with the women he had trained, but I think they do a good job of keeping standards pretty high most of the time. I still come often for steak or burritos or squash soup. The fries are great. Service has always been a... 更多
We ate here twice because one of our party is a very, very picky eater, and this place offers things like french fries and spaghetti!!! This restaurant accepts cash only, so beware.
My wife and I had a light lunch here after a long morning of sightseeing. We shared a toasted tuna sandwich and a toasted vegetable sandwich. Both were delicious. The place was completely empty, but I gather that it is more popular in the evening. We would certainly try it out for dinner next time.
Good choice if you want something else than peruvian food for once. It offers good food for decent prices (S15-S25) for Ollantaytambo. The burritos are served with thick Tortillas and feed two persons easily. The service was slow due to only one waiter working during dinner-time. Be aware that the location in the Lonely Planet 2013 is a bit off.... 更多