People raved about Tres Keros and people we met during our Peruvian travels had recommended it as THE dinner spot to visit while we were in Urubamba. We looked at a few other spots and decided that Tres Keros would be our dinner spot for the one night we were in town.
The place is cute inside; very warm and welcoming, and the proprietor has a great personality that makes you feel like a truly valued guest. I thought it was a cute spot, but it wasn't a great fit for me. Now, that's not really not the restaurant's fault but for any vegetarians out there, know that your options are fairly limited. If my husband were to rate it, he would give it 5*s without a question. My personal experience was 3*, so I'm rounding up for the review.
I'm a pescetarian, which left quite a bit of the menu off of my options list. I was limited to fish and veggie options. The soup they had was a meat-based soup so that was a no-go. (A quinoa soup or a veggie soup would have been such a great option!) I had eaten so much trout during our trip at this point that trout was about the LAST thing I wanted. Trout also happened to be the only fish listed on their menu since it's local. The only real options I had were pastas (there were about two that didn't have meat) and truth be told, I'm not pasta's biggest fan. I ordered a gorgonzola fetuccini which was good by pasta standards, but didn't leave me oohing and ahhing. Let's be honest: pasta probably isn't what one should be ordering in Peru if you want something local and authentic. My husband ordered the lomo saltado and LOVED every single bite of it.
So, moral of the story: if you're a meat-eater looking to enjoy some authentic Peruvian fare, this is a great, well-loved spot! If you're someone who's leaning towards a vegetarian route, you may want to explore other options.
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