I was on a quest to try some more Peruvian cuisine, so I talked Tammy and friends into going to Machu Picchu Restaurant for dinner. How did the food compare to the Taste of Peru, a well-known competitor? Did it meet our expectations? Did the bright, mural-covered walls influence our overall experience? We talk about all of this and more in today’s episode.
00:00 – 01:35 Vacation plans, wild life, and the second attempt
01:36 – 02:35 Understanding Peruvian food — a point of comparison
02:36 – 06:31 Egg slides and other starters
06:32 – 07:22 The BYOB and the mystery of the disappearing corkscrew
07:23 – 10:35 Colossal amounts of food
10:36 – 12:50 Dessert? Bring us one of each and another one of those
12:51 – 13:36 Atmosphere and a touch of fame
13:37 – 15:35 Ratings and sign-off
Machu Picchu Restaurant
3856 N Ashland Ave.
Bridget’s Machu Picchu Restaurant Ratings:
Food Quality: 3/5
Tammy’s Machu Picchu Restaurant Ratings:
Food Quality: 2/5
Average Price per person: $30 will get you more food than you can eat.
On-line buzz about Machu Picchu Restaurant: