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We visited this cafe at the recommendation of our tour guide. What a great little place it is. Such friendly and welcoming staff. This cafe is a project that supports the training and employment of young adults with learning disabilities. The cafe is lovely and...More
Our guide recommended this cafe to us on our recent trip to Cusco. It is in a quiet pedestrian street quite near the main square. The staff are really friendly and the filter coffee is excellent. There is also a good selection of fresh, tasty...More
Whether you want to have a pastry and coffee on their 2nd floor couches or pizza from their real wood pizza stone oven Or a sit down lunch or dinner this is the place to visit! On top of that what a wonderful concept you...More
I was walking around Cusco when I got handed a flyer advertising a cafe. I usually wouldn't take a second look at it with all of the people trying to sell you things around Cusco, but this particular flyer caught my eye. A cafe that...More
Apparently they were about to start serving lunch and dinner this week; we were the first ones to order lunch! The food (tomato soup and meat lasagna) was absolutely delicious and the atmosphere and personnel warm and kind. I highly recommend it!
We went there twice to take coffee and once to have dinner. The coffee is really good and all the pastries are truly amazing! The pizza and the lasagnas were also perfect! But the best thing about this place is truly the people! The owner...More
So positive surprised Cusco has a cafe with employees with disabilities, mentally challenged people.
We were served by 2 ladies who are enormously proud of what they are doing. With a very big smile!
In our opinion that is what hospitality stands for! Service with...More
Found this little gem on Tripadvisor so thought we would check it out. We could smell the woodfire oven as we approached which got us very excited. The pizza was delicious and received some complimentary garlic bread as well. Appreciate Cafe Manos Unidas support and...More