Embrace the Peruvian cuisine and chow down on local specialties.
From street stalls and food markets to both trendy and traditional restaurants, whatever type of food adventure you might be craving, Cusco will deliver. The food is not only heavenly, but it is packed with freshness and flavor. And with traditional dishes such as roasted cuy (guinea pig), alpaca, lomo saltado (Peruvian beef stir-fry), and anticuchos, there are so many local specialties to try. Just make sure not to leave the city without trying ceviche!
After chowing down on all the delicious Peruvian cuisine, you might be longing for some American-style comfort food. Have no fear, as Jack's Cafe is here. Located on the way up to the San Blas district, this corner cafe has become quite popular with tourists. And with dishes such as chocolate-chip pancakes and stuffed french toast, it's no surprise why!