Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in Huaraz. Huaraz dates back to before the Incan Empire and is a great destination for travelers looking to combine cultural education with relaxation. Explore archaeological sites and the ancient stone monoliths at the Museo Regional de Ancash. Squeeze into narrow Duck Canyon or, for a challenge with a massively beautiful payoff, hike a mountain trail in Huascarán National Park.
Things to do in Huaraz
Av. Luzuriaga has tons of places to eat lunch/dinner, but we were craving menu. La Rustika was opened for lunch with menu, and the prices were great (7 soles or 10 soles, depending on your meal) and the chicha morada was tasty! Their escabeche de pollo was really good, as was their bistek a lo pobre, which came with sweet plantains, rice, papas, meat & salad. Everything had great flavor and was prepared quickly, which was good for our hungry stomachs. Even their bathrooms get my stamp of approval (they have paper!) I recommend La Rustika to anyone wanting to try menu in Huaraz for a good price.
4 based on 20 reviews
We come from the paradise of magnolias with products from the region to please your palate, come and enjoy the best regional food based on trout.
Had the Eucalyptus Trout, was excellent and came with perfectly roasted potatoes and kind of marinated salad. Lady who served me was lovely and very patient despite my zero knowledge of Spanish. In hindsight suspect she was trying to recommend menu of the day with ceviche which looked yum. Could not fault my meal though, the sauce on the trout was amazing.
4 based on 21 reviews
Ceviche de chocho is a dish that almost every huaracino eats. Its main component is chocho or tarwi (Lupinus mutabilis), an edible bean variety from the Andes. In Taita you can try it and also see some pictures of Huaraz before the earthquake of 1970.
5 based on 16 reviews
It's a very...very special place...romantic...its owner is one of the best romantic singers EL MAGO DE VOZ ...he sings live every weekend and you can choose the voice that you want to hear...You can eat Spanish food...the famous PAELLA...or the potatoes o
Great food and great entertainment from the owner. The meal we had here was some of the best I have ever tried and the service was fantastic. The owner even sang some songs at the end of the night for us before we left. Definetly worth the visit!Thank you very much, it was a pleasure for me, always welcome
4 based on 30 reviews
We open to 6:00pm to 10:30 pm our menu is meet to the grill as so bruchetas entrecort o churrasco chuleta de cerdo , lomo salteado, trucha , salads
I had this meal 2 months ago and I can still taste how good it was. I think its only open for dinner. Stayed a week in huaraz and ate here 3 times. Chicken just kept getting better and better. So juicy! So local! Owner is a delight. Don't miss out. agradecemos a nuestros clientes por compartir su experiencia con otras personas , trabajamos constantemente para darles un buen servicio, lo hacemos con todo el cariÃ±o y por que nos gusta servir a nuestro projimo , gracias por comprender nuestras pequeÃ±as falencias .
4 based on 102 reviews
We invite you to enjoy. Our delicious national and international dishes, and creole food. And our traditional pisco sour and coca sour. Dnd lunch menu 12:am- 3:pm.
El Rinconcito Minero offers daily menus and a la carte dishes. Conveniently located, great price/value, friendly staff and mostly frequented by locals. A good place to taste your first Pisco Sour
We stumbled across this place when looking for somewhere for a quick lunch. The menu del dia was perfect, with lots of different options to choose from and ranging from 11 soles up to 28. For that you got a veggie starter, a pasta soup and then whatever youâd chosen as main. Excellent food, great value. The place is spotless. Service is a little slow, but itâs a big hit with the locals - people queuing out the door for a midweek lunch.
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