I don't think you can go much wrong in Cusco for restaurants. This was tucked a way a little and up a couple of flights of stairs. But another smiling welcome and an english speaking waitress (or was she the owner?). Great, intimate atmosphere, menu chalked on the board which gives you the feel of freshly cooked food. Menu was a sort of fusion of Peru and Venezuela/Caribbean. We both made Andean Stew with a glass of chilean wine - simple but great.