True, the bow-tied waiters are a bit over the top (this ain’t the Ritz), but Anita does a mean stuffed avocado and the bakery counter knocks out some hard-to-resist cakes. Best restaurant in the main square by far.
Ica’s most historic and characterful restaurant serves a varied menu of Peruvian and international fare that includes plenty of options for vegetarians. The formal bartenders here shake a mean pisco sour.
Serves filling vegetarian meals for small change, as well as other plates featuring meat alternatives.
In a suburban location about 2.5km south of the town center, Venezia is a popular family-run Italian restaurant. Allow plenty of time as all plates are made fresh upon ordering.
Located across from Restaurante Venezia in the suburb of San Isidro, this bakery and cafe offers innovative sandwich and snack options with the freshest ingredients.
One of several shops in the streets east of the plaza selling tejas (caramel-wrapped candies flavored with fruits, nuts etc.
Your quick stop on the main square backs up homespun lomo saltado (strips of beef stir-fried with onions, tomatoes, potatoes and chili) with more internationally flavored chicken fillets. It’s riotously popular with…