Listen to the roar of the Vilcanota where it meets with the Aguas Calientes from this perfect corner perch, while sipping on a pisco sour and refueling after a long hike or busy day at the ruins. This is a simple, casual place with wood tables and floors. The huge menu serves the same international and Peruvian staples (lomo saltado, pizza) as everywhere else, though much of it is cooked in an open fire pit. Near the train station, the restaurant is often frequented by large tour groups on day trips from Cusco, who mostly stick to the popular lunch buffet (S/60).