Went three times, sitting outside with beers in the afternoons, but upstairs once early lunchtime. Can't speak for the coffee but the sandwiches were well filled and using homemade bread. On this occasion it was fiesta time, celebrating the anniversary of Ollantaytambo. There was a procession with costumes brass bands and even a cow going through the square for at least 4 hours. We had a great view! The traffic police were rubbish but it was great fun watching them try to unscramble the mess of huge trucks, buses, mini buses cars etc that they managed to create. Alex, the young barman, was charming, testing his English and my Spanish. Recommended as a lovely simple stop!
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