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We went twice. The second time with a larger group of friends. One of our friends is from Mexico. Everyone got served dinner. Except our Mexican friend. For some “reason” they were unable to provide him his ordered meal. He ordered the same as us....Disgusting and disturbing. Especially in a tourist town.More
Popped in as we are passing and seemed busy, which is always a good sign. Pizza was excellent, and seemed to be what most people were ordering. Two of our group ordered pasta and lasagne, and to be honest this was probably not the best...around Cusco.
If you fancy a Pizza then give this place agoMore
We ordered the house special which included non-spicy chorizo sausage and a really nice cheese that had a slightly salty taste. This was also the first pizza that we have eaten in Peru that actually had more that just a token amount of pizza sauce....Very tasty!
The pizza was cooked in a wood fired oven that was so hot that I swear the pizzas were in it for only 2-3 minutes.More
we walked in and the man running restaurant actually had any kind of menu you were there for. If you were wanting touristy food he had that menu, if you wanted authentic Peruvian food, he had that too. Pizza oven is right in the main...dining room, very cozy. Great value for money.More
his was our first take on Peruvian cuisine upon our arrival in Cusco. Its not the greatest in decoration and modern designs, as it gives off a weird aura with strange decorations and an old piano, however the food is delicious. Make sure to try...the soups, which is whats strongly recommended in your first day in Cusco to acclimate in terms of altitude.More
We are a group of 6 people and we chose by luck the chez maggy pizzeria because it looked nice on the outside
We ordered 1 pizza espesial , 1 pizza veggie , 1 carbonara , 2 pestos & nachos
We didn’t eat anything ,...all the dishes were terrible , we paid the bill and we end up eating macdonalds
P.s. if you are still thinking of eating there just take a look at the toilets , its disgustingMore
As a group of three we went here, and ordered the crackling alapaca, aji de gallina and the rocoto. We waited an hour for the food, which was very poor once it arrived. The alpaca was terrible, dry and tasteless. I don't often write reviews,...but I felt this needed one. The waiter clearly knew it was poor and avoided eye contact and interaction throughout.More