Fodor's Expert Review Pacha Papa
The menu at this restaurant, which is modeled after a typical open-air quinta, with wooden tables scattered around a large patio, gets its influences from all over Peru, and the waiters are happy to explain what makes each traditional dish special. For a special treat, go for the underground-oven-baked pachamanca, in which different types of meats are slow roasted together with potatoes and aromatic herbs. This dish, as well as the cuy, has to be ordered 24 hours in advance, so plan ahead.
Plazoleta San Blas 120
Cusco, Cusco Peru
- Traditional Peruvian food
- Great place to try guinea pig
- Authentic atmosphere