While Inka Grill isn't as revolutionary as it was when it first opened in 1998, back when Cusco had no nice restaurants whatsoever, it remains a dependable option. The two-level space, right on the plaza, is filled with antiques and candle sculptures, which have spent a decade piling up one on top of the other. Few dishes are overly exotic, as the menu tries to present Andean ingredients in familiar ways. Quinoa is served as a risotto, with chunks of chicken breast spiced with ají panca. A traditional ayaviri lamb stew comes with mashed potatoes. There are also pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, and salads, all with just the slightest touch of the Andes.
Portal de Panes 115, Plaza de Armas
Our Rating Neighborhood Plaza de Armas Hours Mon–Sat 8am–midnight Phone 084/262-992 Prices Main courses S/23–S/55 Cuisine Type PERUVIAN Web site Inka Grill
MapPortal de Panes 115, Plaza de Armas Cusco
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