Nothing spectacular but overall good food. Pretty good service. We got seated right away & they have menus in English as well as Spanish.
We were recommended by our concierge at Toscanna Inn and we walked over there. The food was wonderful! The Corvina was great as well as the specialty sampler for two that was served flambe. The Peruvian seafood dish was excellent. The only complaint was the service was very poor. The restaurant was full and there were only a few waiters.... More
Walked to Mach Pichu restaurant from the Crowne Plaza. Peruvian food. Specialties fish and seafood. Nice décor; Peruvian themed. Very busy. Good idea to make a reservation. Lots of choices. Spanish menu and English Menu. Lots of choices. We both appetizers had fish main courses. Service a bit slow but restaurant was very busy and two large party groups. Wines... More
Went here twice for dinner as was recommended by concierge at hotel I'm staying. Priced moderately, good portions, flavorable food from Peru. Service was good, not excellent. The food is tastey and mostly seafood including local dishes of shrimp, mussels, clams, squid, octopus, all with Peruvian cuisine. I had the cold potatoe appetizer with shrimp was delicious, the entree had... More
Excellent service! The Calamari with Peruvian spices was the best I have ever had. Very tender! The main meal had butter, which we had told them my wife could not have. Oh well, we figured it out before there was a problem.
I have used Machu Picchu Restaurants in San Jose, Costa Rica and this one is definitely non-comparable. To avoid the A/C I used outside seating where I had to stand and go back in to get some help on several occasions.
...but international, its just average. I have tried some others in the aerea, which was horrible. At least at Restaurante Machu Picchu the food was eatable. We had pulpo in vinagre as a starter, which was the best. 2 fishplates, end 1 chicken filet. The fish was not very good, just average. The chicken was cold, so was the mash... More
this place is quite nice for the area, good Peruvian menu focusing on seafood. Pisco Sour is pretty great and the prawns were amazing. Vegetarian options exist also, the appetizers are not too small. We went on a Saturday night around 6:30 and didn't need a reservation.
We had really nice food, but the service was not too good. The waiters give you the impression that you are really fortunate that you are allowed to eat here. And like may more places in Panama, beware of the airco, it is rather cold and you should be dressed well; otherwise it is uncomfertable.
Close to our hotel- a choice of quite a few restaurants - so we usually see which one has the most cars - and Machu Pichu was busy. Sat outside as they has loads of people off the cruises- Tasty Ceviche to start,- Grilled Sea Bass (* they many ways they present this fish) and also tried the typical Peruvian... More
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