A staple on the Cusco scene for years, this second-floor restaurant's name translates to almost exactly what it is: food from Heidi's farm. Owned by a German woman who stocks her pantry with ingredients that come straight from her land outside Cusco, the restaurant is all-around enjoyable and an excellent value. The interior is airy and cheery, with large windows that open to the street. Blond wood and ceiling beams contribute to a clean, rustic feel. Diners will find breakfast fare like quiches and yogurt, as well as a varied menu of dishes based on what’s in season or fresh, like squash soups or lamb stir-fries. Desserts are a specialty, highlighted by cheesecakes and crepes.
- Nicholas Gill