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We enjoyed our time in this restaurant, well decorated, very quiet atmosphere, good service, very kind staff but the most important was the really tasty food, one of the best Peruana food in Barranquilla.
Cuzco is always my choice of preference when it comes to have a date for lunch or dinner. Food always has great presentation and taste, but service is the top of the best in the city. You will feel like home when they serve you...and almost feel like we are a single family. My best date with my loving partner I have it in this restaurant. Recommend for Friday or Saturday night because they have live music, but also good for a Sunday lunch, with a great cold sangria for a hot afternoon in Barranquilla. it is a place that never disappointsMore
Some complain about the prices but I find decent value for money when you consider the high quality food and drinks at Cuzco! Good service, great food, nice atmosphere with live music. The Peruvian food is creative and as good as any Peruvian food anywhere....I have been there with my wife, with my family and I have also taken work colleagues there.More
We went there because I wanted to show my Colombian Girlfriend what is the Peruvian cuisine. I lived in Peru for 4 years and always and still think it’s the best food in the world. The service was exceptional. A1. I ordered a Ceviche tradicional...(limeño) and a Lomo saltado (2 of the most iconic Peruvian dish) . Both taste and texture were close to perfect except that the ceviche was lacking the Ají limón and the potatoes in the lomo saltado were not fried and crispy. But other then that, the ceviche was still exceptional and even though (to me) both dish was lacking a bit of spiciness (the server later explained me that Colombian don’t eat spicy at all) the food was of the highest quality. If I was to give a true Peruvian taster one single tip, that would be to ask the server to put aji limón when the prepare the ceviche and also ask for the potatoes to be fried for the lomo saltado. I’m sure they would do it. We also had a Malbec from Argentina that was a perfect match for the Lomo saltado. Overall, I’d give them a 4.8/5. Again, the server were A1. There was also a very nice Jazz Band which really gave a romantic feel to our dinner . Highly recommended.
Oh and last point, we also ordered 2 Pisco sour, but again, they made it the “Colombian way” ....the taste was still very close but they put some crushed ice ....which made no sense to me ...but yes, it was almost the same.
Our total bill was 254k cop.
I think it’s totally worth it.
Bravo and long life to that beautiful restaurant.More