Ollantaytambo restaurants

Top Choice International in Ollantaytambo

El Albergue Restaurante

This whistle-stop cafe serves elegant and well-priced Peruvian fare. It’s inviting, with an open kitchen bordered by heaping fruit bowls and candles adorning linen-topped tables. Start with the causas (potato dish) …
Peruvian in Ollantaytambo

Chuncho

This concept restaurant connects visitors to the bounty of ancestral Andean foods, admittedly, most of them tubers. It's a great idea, with traditional soups, rehydrated potato dishes, tarwi bean salads, tasty alpac…
Cafe in Ollantaytambo

Hearts Café

Serving healthy and hearty food, beer and wine and good coffee, Hearts is a longtime local presence, with some organic produce and box lunches for excursions. Breakfasts like huevos rancheros (fried eggs with beans …
Peruvian in Ollantaytambo

Apu Veronica

A good spot for popular Peruvian classics. Light appetites will be satisfied with the quinoa soup with vegetables. If you're hungry you could go for a sizzling steak cooked tableside on a hot stone with native potat…
Cafe in Ollantaytambo

Puka Rumi

Locals rave about the steaks, travelers melt over the breakfasts, and everyone enjoys the fresh but nontraditional burritos, which could feed two with pancake-like tortillas and a wide array of ingredients presented…
Italian in Ollantaytambo

Il Piccolo Forno

Thin-crust pizzas and green salads with crisp chicken chunks are the standouts at this tiny eatery run by an Italian-Peruvian couple. It's a great option when you want to sate your hunger without much ado.
Cafe in Ollantaytambo

Cafe del Abuelo

This cute two-story side-street cafe offers tasty baked goods and desserts and real brewed coffee. It also offers sandwiches and box lunches. The 2nd floor with the mural provides a quiet getaway.
Ice Cream in Ollantaytambo

Tutti Amore

Andres from Rosario, Argentina, serves up homemade gelato-style ice creams, including some exotic jungle-fruit flavors worth a try. It’s halfway down the hill to the train station.