Since the 1960s, this place has preserved and maintained a colonial ambiance. Every day you can enjoy a magnificent folkloric show, highly recommended ... More
Since the 1960s, this place has preserved and maintained a colonial ambiance. Every day you can enjoy a magnificent folkloric show, highly recommended for tourists. The restaurant boasts a large menu of local as well as international cuisine, and every day they prepare a delicious "Criollo" buffet.
Great music show.
Bad Food. Quality, taste, and price
Things to consider:
Place looks nice, the music show is very good, but the food and service are poor in quality, and of course overpriced (tourists only).
Avoid it. For great food I suggest; Inka Grill ($$$) or Los Candiles ($$). There is a few places by Avenida El Sol close to the Plaza of Armas that are more for locals ($) and good food.
We had a fun first night in Cusco at El Truco. I really enjoyed the two different bands and the dancers. The place has a nice, if not a little touristy atmosphere. My dish was quite average (spicy chicken, which wasn't spicy at all), though others in my group really enjoyed their meals. I was really impressed at the speed that the waiters would come down the stairs with full trays in their arms.
I recommend it!
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