Really poor service. The guy that served me acted as if I was making his life hard by being in his restaurant. Not at all friendly. A restaurant that sticks in my mind for the wrong reasons
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We went to this place for lunch to try Chifa. Chifa is a mixture between chinese and peruvian cuisine, but with the Focus on the chinese dishes. The dishes were very good, also the Service was good and it was rather cheap.
Great place to taste the Peruvian version of Chinese food. It clicked with my wife & myself, since the taste was exactly like the way Chinese food is prepared in India. Portions are large & a true value for money.
Stopped by while in a hurry with my cousin. Ordered, food took a little long. When it came it was good but nothing to write about. Price is fair.
I had an amazing dinner at this place eating the "Lagostinhos a La Plancha" which means Shrimp with roasted veggies plus noodles and chifa rice, for tow people and I can not forget it. I'm definitely going to eat there sometime again!
It is equivalent to a Chop Suey takeout restaurant in the United States. I ordered shrimp omelette and my wife had chicken stir fried noodles dish. My wife's dish was salty. My dish was good but shrimp were very small, paper thin and cut in...More
This place was right opposite the hostel I was staying in. The portions are big enough for 2 or even 3 people. But tasted good :-)
This is the place to go if you want to try Chinese food in Cusco. The food has the right amount of flavour and salt, and every item we tried was well cooked. Visited the place several times during my stay there.
The mushrooms and shrimp in our meal didn't taste right nor did the mushrooms have the right consistency. We both became ill within 24 hours of eating here -- avoid it! Ingredients are not fresh.