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We visited this hidden little gem upon the recommendation of our tour guide after visiting Machu Picchu. We weren't very hungry, but decided to stop in for a bowl of soup or something light. Our waiter was delightful, and we practically had the place to...ourselves. I had a bowl of delicious tomato soup, served with wonderful rolls, fresh out of the oven. We couldn't resist a peek at the dessert menu, and just couldn't pass up the orange pie. I've never had anything quite like it. The pie was the consistency of coconut custard, but the flavor was definitely orange...just delightfully refreshing. All in all, a dinner experience to remember.More
Our tour guide recommended we eat there after Machu Picchu and it was so worth it! The place is unique and the food is absolutely delicious! I would totally recommend this place in Aguascalientes after your hike!
Very wonderful and delicious food in this restaurant, especially Avocado with papaya served with on olive oil and lemon dressing, Tender Beef Skewers with a pepper and carob sauce, Homemade Apple pie with custard and ice cream and Pisco sour. I got two Pisco sour...because it’s so fantastic.More
We were with a group of people who wanted to dine here. We normally would not have chosen it simply due to the lack of vegan/vegetarian items.
We both got salads - huge portions and such fresh veggies! Everyone at our table wanted to eat...our salad over their meals that's how good they looked (and tasted). Also can never go wrong with papas fritas!
It was a fun atmosphere and was a very very busy place when we went.More
Our tour guide said this was the best restaurant in town. French cuisine. We walked in to make a reservation for the next day and the owner said he was closing for the month and going back to France for a visit. We were so...sad. We got to talking and the owner said to sit down and have a glass of wine on him!! We also had his homemade potato chips and they were delicious. We do wished we could have tried his food. Very cool and hip looking spot. He kindly recommended another restaurant and we had a good meal.More
The place is super cool, filled with personal cards of visitors, you'll see prices are a bit higher than at the rest of the town however you wont regret eating here and paying the price as it is genuine good quality food and drinks. Don't...get distracted by the fix menu offered on almost all the rest of the restaurants of this town, with cheap prices, they also serve cheap food, here you will receive good service and great food.More
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Ceviche is a very typical dish prepared in Perú since the Moche times. Raw fish, freshly caught is prepared with exquisite ajies - hot Peruvian peppers - and cook with lime juice. Perú has great fish because of its cold... More
Ceviche is a very typical dish prepared in Perú since the Moche times. Raw fish, freshly caught is prepared with exquisite ajies - hot Peruvian peppers - and cook with lime juice. Perú has great fish because of its cold waters. In Japan, people eat raw fish which is not cooked with lime. It's Japan's favorite food. Our fish quality is as good as the Japanese, but our sauces, due to the French and Chinese influences can't compare to Japan's. Perú's sushi is very sought out by Japanese people who have a sophisticated palate. Indio Feliz is a great and refined restaurant. A 5-star restaurant owned by a French chef, who delivers not only exquisite taste but amazing presentation and generous portions. Their ceviche is excellent and follows the Peruvian preparation style. Try it, you won't be disappointed, yet, try the mango trout it's my favorite. Every year I bring groups of tourist with Peru Sacred Tours to Indio Feliz, and they always give them top raving reviews!!!!