Find out what Cajun & Creole restaurants to try in Ollantaytambo. Ollantaytambo has some of the oldest continuously-occupied buildings in South America. Once a stronghold of Inca resistance to Spanish colonization, it's remarkably well-preserved. Many travelers visit Ollantaytambo because it's the beginning of the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, but don't rush through—the ruins are fascinating.
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4 based on 311 reviews
We Are In The Square Of Ollantaytambo With Rustic, Cozy And Warm Place We Prepare Fresh Homemade Pizzas Of The House, Local Alpaca Food, Guinea Pig Oven, Trout Of Our Pisigranga The Inevitable Lomo Saltado Our Style
Loved the guacamole and chips, great pizza and pisco Sours were fabulous! Enjoyed the cozy atmosphere and plaza views
Loved the place, kind people and un-Peruvian cozy / cool / intimate, without being hip. Best view in town on the famous temple of Ollantaytambo, to be enjoyed from a comfortable couch or a swinging chair. A moment of rest and relaxation amidst the swarming hordes of tourists...
4 based on 34 reviews
the server was a young man who took good care of us. We were a party of 7, 4 adults and 3 kids and he was very patient and attended to our requests and needs. The food was fine. We wanted the brick oven pizza but were told they only had it made in a conventional oven for lunch. when we left at around 4pm, they were turning it on. We ordered ice cream for dessert and it was so cute to see our server run to the store across the Plaza de Armas to get vanilla ice cream since they didn't have anymore, it spoke to their commitment to good service!
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