During our recent visit to Cuzco, my wife and I were looking for a place to have dinner. I had noticed Paddy's on our first day in the city, and was in the mood for "pub food." I figured, Paddy's would fit the bill. Sure enough, we saw the menu posted near the first floor entrance, and it had my favorites like shepherd's pie. The food items seemed reasonably priced (for centro Cuzco), so we climbed the steps to the pub on the second floor. Once we entered the bar, the stench from the cigar smoke was so thick, you could cut it with a knife. We decided not to eat here because the smell was so repulsive. It would have been impossible to enjoy a meal at this establishment. We promptly did an about face, and exited the establishment without sampling the bill of fare.
Paddy's has a typical bar setting. There is seating at the bar, and at a number of tables in the smoke-filled tap room.
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