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We had an early dinner here once during our stay in Ollantaytambo. We ordered sandwiches, which were excellent. The atmosphere was nice with very tasteful local decoration. Service was quick and friendly. We were very happy.
I honestly don't get what all the fuss is about this place... we went there after reading the great reviews, but the place was utterly disappointing. What they serve as a burrito is some thick half cooked pancakes that you can fill with vegetables and...More
Great spot with lots of options on the menu even with slightly high prices. Definitely get a burrito- veggie or meat options- big portion and delicious! If you get a pizza, make sure that they leave it in the wood stove long enough to cook!
Absolutely would recommend the "all vegetarian" sandwich A wonderful bun with green beans, avocado, tomato, cheese, and sautéed onions. This is the best sandwich I have had in ages. Including what Imake for myself at home.
This is definitely not the most authentic Peruvian restaurant in Ollantaytambo (if that's what you're looking for, check out Chuncho), but we thoroughly enjoyed the food here. In fact, we enjoyed it so much we came back a few times during our week-long stay in...More
My family and I (2 adults and 3 kids) ate here for dinner. The service was really slow since there was only one waiter. The guacamole and garlic bread were quite good. The cheese pizza smelled really bad and we only made it through half...More
Located conveniently near the main square, a 10 minute walk from the train station and close to the ollantaytambo ruins, this place is awesome! The serving sizes were huge and much needed after a long day of hiking.
We stayed for a day in Ollanta i n Hotel Munay Tika which is just across the road. After a tiring day travelling the ruins, we decided to order our dinner in our hotel room. Our food was lovely. My husband ordered grilled chicken with...More
My family dined here our first night in Peru after a very long day of travel from NY. We came in a bit early so it wasn't very crowded and they were getting the wood fired oven going. I had the aji gallina, which was...More