20 soles for the best carbonara I have had in years, 24 soles for a great steak and chips ( lomo de res). Nice big chips, stacked like a jenga. It is not without its faults, the door has problems closing, you only get a paper napkin despite the nicely laid table and they often have to run across to sister restaurant Tupananchis to get wine but it is probably the best food in that price range in Cusco
By the way it is called Brava, not Bravia
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