1 Cicciolina, Bodega – Tapas bar

1 Cicciolina, Bodega – Tapas bar

Cusco receives travelers from all over the world, and Cicciolina welcomes all those looking to spend a pleasant moment over a glass of wine and delicious tapas, savoring an exceptional lunch or dinner, or perhaps an enticing breakfast with a gourmet touch. A classic that makes the Incas’ famed “bellybutton of the world,” as Cusco’s historic core was known, into the epicenter of the city’s most distinguished and delightful culinary experiences.


A creative adventure into the tastiest secrets of Cusco’s cuisine and its local ingredients, all in the style of Chef Gastón Acurio. At Chicha, traditional recipes and the culinary techniques of both yesterday and today combine to take guests on an exquisite journey full of flavors, colors, and textures.


They say cooking is an art, so what better place for a restaurant than inside a museum? MAP Café brings a reinvigorating approach to potatoes, maize, trout, and Andean herbs, reinterpreting traditional recipes with its innovative creations. A delicious reason to visit the Museum of Pre-Columbian Art.

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