Expensive place, very touristic, good desserts. There are a lot of places in Nazca were you can eat traditional peruvian dishes, but this is not one of them.
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Stopped on our last day at Nazca, server was great, very attentive and suggested some authentic dishes from Nazca. Had chicha morada, ceviche, arroz de olla (rice in a clay pot) and a pork dish. All delicious, fresh and had enough to share among 3...More
No surprise that this place was empty. The food is DISGUSTING, overpriced, and not authentic Peruvian food. They make their carapulcra with shrimp. Why oh why would you do that to a carapulcra? My husband, not realizing that he ordered this (he's allergic to shrimp)...More
On 5/15/17 my husband and I had booked a private tour from Lima for Ballestas Islands and Nazca lines flight. Before heading back to Lima I had asked our guide if we could stop for something to eat. It had been a very long day...More
We had a good lunch in this restaurant after our flight. Beautiful authentic décor. Nice Peruvian meals with moderate prices. Good service. Free WIFI. All we need at that point. Only few tables were occupied on our arrival but friendly manners of the crew overweighted...More
The food wasn't something special, it offers traditional peruvian specialities with a focus on seafood I would say, ceviche and so on... The building ist interesting, it has the looks of an old hacienda with inner court. Nice touch, nice try but nothing special. It...More
This restaurant was recommended by our hotel and we were too tired to do our own research. Bad move. The food was terrible. It is made in a way that I guess they feel appeal to tourists but ended up being the worse food we...More
It has a grand entrance, like the ones we see in old movies. And as you walk inside, you will feel right at home. (That's if you are a dictator and can afford such luxury!) It has trees INSIDE to give it that eating-my-meal-outside-but-somehow-I-am-out-of-the-sun kind...More
El Porton has historic photos of Nazca and real old fashioned decor with cacti, old tools and brick work. The young goat shank was good as was my wife's stuffed avocado. They even had a live Peruvian group playing traditional music at dinner.