Perhaps Pisac’s most elegant restaurant, Mullu offers an updated take on traditional favorites such as lomo saltado (with alpaca instead of beef, plus a side of quinotto, or risotto made with quinoa) as well as a wide variety of international cuisine, lots of Asian-influenced dishes (think pad thai and curries). Oh, and don’t skip the pisco drinks either. This upstairs café-bistro on Pisac’s main plaza makes an easy stop for lunch or a happy-hour cocktail. On the first floor, head to Inkaqoncept, a gallery showcasing contemporary Peruvian artworks, silver jewelry, and a variety of handmade goods.
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Plaza De Armas 352, Písac, Peru
+51 84 203073
Sun - Sat 10am - 9pm