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Family owned and operated restaurant in the heart of Cusco, located one block from the Plaza de Armas. Recently opened in 2014. Local, home-cooked cuisine, with quality ingredients sourced from local producers.
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We stopped by a few days ago to reserve our guinea pig meal for 4 people. When we walked by today, the owner remembered our names and confirmed that we would see him tonight at 6 for our special meal. We had excellent service, outstanding...More
I would 100% recommend this place to anyone that comes to cusco! The owner is SUPER friendly and the food is just amazing! If you're looking for a very good way to get introduced to cusco then this is the place to go. The only...More
All dishes are delicious and make you feel that you are eating at a local home, not in a restaurant. Even though the restaurant is run only by the family, there are several tables and the service couldn't be better: attentive, kind, fast...
Our family wanted to a peruvian restaurant so we found Sumaqcha - a family owned restaurant very near the central square in Cusco. Were greeted by the owner who was very enthusiastic and friendly. His wife is the cook and it was their dream to...More
This was the second restaurant we visited and we went for dinner. The lights were off and kids were watching tv, they opened up and things got hopping as soon as we walked in the door! I ate some kind of potato stuffed with meat...More
Came especially to try Cuy. Earneste, the manager/waiter recommended the roast Cuy, which takes an hour to cook, rather than the pan fired which cooks much more quickly. Presentation was lovely, the roast Cuy came whole, with a hat on its head, for photos, and...More
We stopped in for dinner the first night of our trip to Cusco. The owner was so happy to have us and made us feel very welcome. We tried a variety of dished including the Cuy. Such a fun and delicious experience! Highly recommend visiting...More
This family owned and operated restaurant is cozy and welcoming, serving mainly Peruvian classics. The prices are very reasonable and every member of the family is friendly and warm. I highly recommend this restaurant.