Very creative imagining of traditional Peruvian fare with international touches, yet very accessible. Was told this is the best foodie spot in Cuzco. If there's anything better here, I'd be surprised. Service was great--hats off to Yuri, who was always available and helpful, but never a lurking presence. And set in a great museum (which is relatively young, though the interpretation seems dated--indigenous art is in, so curators don't need to vindicate ad naseum as they do here). Memorable part of a day off from trail riding in the surrounding mountains.
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