We had a lunch of salads and sandwiches at El Cafe Mama Oli, as it is known. My companions got more typically French fare, while I got a typical Peruvian salad that included avocado, potato, and fresh salad vegetables. The food was good, although it was a little slow in coming, even though they weren't very busy at the time. They also offered lots of different juices and smoothies. The prices were reasonable, although still typical of tourist prices in Cusco. The location was a lovely spot on a small plaza next to the Pre-Colombian Museum, not far from the main plaza or San Blas.
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