This hip restaurant from young chef José Luján Vargas, who has a mini-empire of eateries in the Cusco area, is your best option in the area for something more creative than Peruvian classics and wood-fired pizzas. Here, alpaca gets thinly sliced for carpaccio, pink peppercorns flavor a sauce for chicharron, and guinea pig becomes a terrine. The plating is beautiful throughout, though it’s at its most whimsical in the 6-, 10-, and 15-course tasting menus.
Machu Picchu› Restaurant
Av. Imperio de los Incas 140
Our Rating Hours Daily 11:30am–10pm Phone 084/211-350 Prices Main courses S/48–S/65 Cuisine Type Peruvian Web site Chullpi
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