Indio Feliz is owned by a Peruvian woman and her French husband, who came to the area to cook for engineers building a hydroelectric plant and never left. Since it opened in 1995, it's become the restaurant of choice for many, and is regularly full. Every square inch of the lively, two-level space is filled with knickknacks, ranging from business cards to nautical memorabilia. The menu seamlessly fuses Andean ingredients into French classics, like garlic trout, or roasted chicken in a pisco-based sauce. There's a great prix-fixe menu (S/60, an excellent value) that comes with an appetizer, main course, and dessert. The funky Captain's Bar and Lounge is a nice place to pop in for a drink and catch up on travel gossip.