A lot of restaurants in Peru describes their food as "fusion cuisine," but this is the real deal! The menu is full of choices drawn from Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, and other cuisines, but they each have a uniquely Peruvian aspect to them. We especially enjoyed the raviolis stuffed with alpaca meat with a sweet passionfruit and berry sauce--yum! Also liked the Viet-Indochine rolls. The chicken stuffed with mozzarella and basil was only OK, but it came with an outstanding side dish that I will dream about--sweet potato and almond puree. Delicious smoothies, too!
Each dish was made to order so it wasn't a quick lunch, but we loved the setting with the balcony over the Plaza de Armas, which allowed us to take some great photos of locals buying produce at the market.
Definitely recommend to anyone visiting Pisac for the market and/or the ruins.
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