Plaza De Armas 352, Písac, Peru
Mullu Café Perhaps Písac’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, a risotto made with quinoa), as well as a wide range of international cuisine and lots of Asian-influenced dishes (think pad thai and curries). Oh, and don’t skip the pisco drinks, either. This upstairs café-bistro on Písac’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.