Our recommendations for Sacred Valley restaurants make your life easier, ‘cause we are talking about a large area with multiple destinations. So, do not hurry taking an uninformed decision if hunger suddenly attacks, just keep your itinerary in mind and consult this list before any stomach grunt.
Known for its delicious, creative cuisine däuteur and charming and inviting ambiance. Bringing together Peruvian, Asian and Mediterranean flavours. each dish is made with local organic ingredients. The menu offers a number of tasty vegetarian options.
Open from Monday to Saturday 12:30- 21:30
Jr. Arica 620
Phone (084) 201790
Located on the train platform of the magical Inca Village of Ollantaytambo, El Albergue is the perfect place to enjoy a superb meal on the way to or from Machu Picchu. It ofers and exclusive farm-to-table experience, wth a variety of exquisite dishes made with produce grown and raised on the restaurant+s adjacent organic farm.
Open from 5:00 – 21:00.
Phone (084) 204014
Offers a deliciously unique menu built around the freshes, seasonal and organic products available and impressive contemporay cooking techniques to enhance local traditional flavours.
Open from Monday to Sunday: 06:00 – 10:00 / 12:00 – 17:00/ 18:00 – 22:00.
Phone (084) 204014
Located next to the Urubamba River. El Jardin´s offers fresh cuisine like tasty grilled items, beautifull salads and creative sauces, combinings select local products with those grow on its own farm.
Open from Monday to Sunday: 12:30 – 15:00
Phone (084) 201631
Located in the Sacred Valley, this hotel restaurant is inspired by native Peruvian ingredients, local traditions.
Adopting the Earth to he table concept. Inkaterra wellcome guest to harvest their own produce from a carbon-free organic orchard.
Open from Monday to Sunday: 12:00 – 16:00 / 19:00 – 22:00
Phone (01) 610-0400
This route of Sacred Valley restaurants covers the destinations along the Vilcanota river, it means, the 65 kilometers road from Pisac to Ollantaytambo, the most popular route but not the only, take that in consideration. In case of doubts or comments e-mail us at english @ responsibletravelperu.com
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