I was on my first-ever visit to Peru when I stayed in the Cuzco/Machu Picchu region for five days. My friend and I had a romantic dinner at the Divina Comedia Restaurant on one of our last evenings in Cuzco and we had a most wonderful experience. Being American and not knowing how to speak much Spanish, I was glad I had my friend with me to translate. Nonetheless, the waiter, named Gaston, was very cordial and accommodating, and he took very good care of our every need and request. Along with being polite, lively, and cheerful, Gaston was a consummate professional at his craft. The food we ordered was absolutely delicious from the appetizer to the main dish and even the desert. The setting seemed to be like old-style Italy but the restaurant was set up to be quite formal with a hint of antiquity. The lighting was very nice, dim enough to set the mood, but enough light to actually see your food. Live music with actual piano and opera-style singer was featured. A very nice touch to a very warm and romantic evening (indoors, that is. Outdoors the night air was mildly cold, which only adds to the ambience). I would recommend this restaurant to anyone, especially to couples who are looking for that perfect place to have a nice dinner together.
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