This place no longer exists, apparently it was closed sometime in 2013/2012... :-( Guess you'll have to fly to Amsterdam to get your hands on some nice bitterballen en een patatje oorlog...
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We were for a couple days in cusco and wanted to try the dutch food. As i am a dutch i try to find places that serves dutch food to try out and cure my home sickness. We went twice to the place but both...More
I popped in here for lunch and had a patatje oorlog with kaassoufflees. It tasted great, as the chips, the soufflees as well as the sate sauce were all home made and that was really noticable. I chatted to one of the owners for a...More
We spent two nights planted in this bar drinking a range of strange drinks including the "Machu Picchu" Recommended by our Chimu tour guide!
Patatje oorlog, bitterballen and even hutspot. You can't get more Dutch in Peru, honestly. And besides that, they show your weekly game of Eredivisie too! Not to forget about the good cocktails here.
This place has excellent coffee and a really nice menu. The atmosphere is really nice, even if the place is a little small. Staff is very courteous. Definitely recommended.
Been travelling for almost 2 weeks in Peru and tasted lots and lots of potatoes... but here you can find the one and only crispy "Belgian" frites. Can't make them better at home! We had a great time here, together with the very considerate owner...More
This is a great little place, just down the road from Jack's Cafe on Choquechaka. The owner is extremely personable and friendly, they have incredibly high standards of food sanitation (not always the case down here), and they make great coffee, too. Food ranges from...More
As to be expected, orange is everywhere in this little eetcafe. Still, it shouldn't distract you from the very decent Dutch cuisine.