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- 81%Local Culture
- 81%Luxury Travelers
- 68%Spiritual Seekers
- 68%Nightlife Lovers
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- CicciolinaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4First to ReviewNov 06, 2013
Great food. Fun atmosphere. Cicciolina serves up high quality novoandina cuising. A good place to try out the local beasties if that is your thing -- Alpaca and Cuy (guinea pig) are on the menu. They also have a few vegetarian and fish options.
I really liked the salad with passionfruit dressing. My pasta was solid but nothing special.
You can save a few bucks by eating in the bar area. Table charge for the dining room is 7 soles per person but worth it if you want a more intimate / quiet experience.Recommended for:
- CicciolinaMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory BuffsAdventure TravelersApr 27, 2013
This restaurant came very highly recommended from everyone we spoke with. I liked the look of the restaurant and especially the bar area. I didn't think the food was particularly Peruvian (I had steak and gnocchi), although they did have the popular dishes. I really liked it, and would go back.
- CicciolinaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Jan 07, 2013
Our favorite of all the restaurants we tried in Cusco. Since we didn't have reservations, we sat at the bar for dinner and this turned out to a lot of fun. All of the food was delicious. We had ceviche, a variety of causas, soup, handmade pastas, risotto. Fun atmosphere too- we loved the open kitchen and being able to watch the chefs make the pastas in front of us and the bartenders whip up pisco sours all night long. Definitely go here for a nicer meal while in Cusco.
- CicciolinaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Nov 08, 2012
"Local" cuisine made for tourists. Menu and daily specials completely in English. I prefer to eat authentic local food while traveling, so I wouldn't completely recommend this place. Nothing against the food (tapas were amazing), but it's very Westernized.