Mauka's menu is devoted to reviving endangered products and crops. Each variety of grain, herb and plant speaks of a deep history: a journey through diverse landscapes and cultures.
Mauka is a place to learn and discover. At our Cusco restaurant, each dish uncovers local flavours. Think Andean mashwa paired with local trout, or fresh ceviche combined with native onions and zesty tangerine.
Start the day with nourishing quinoa dishes, sweet doughs, traditional breads and Andean cheeses, alongside fresh coffee and juices from the surrounding region.View menu
Whether you choose the skirt steak with Panca pepper and potatoes roasted in Chaco clay, or the Andean mashwa accompanied by local trout, or heritage tubers cooked on an open fire, all dishes are prepared through reinterpretation of traditional techniques.View menu
Discover distinctive cocktails made with aromatic Sacred Valley herbs and non-alcoholic blends made with botanicals and local fruits.View menu
Our list focuses on wines from Peru and South America, complemented by carefully selected European labels.View menu
Mauka's culinary language is based on a conscious use of ingredients and relationships with local farmers.
The varied landscapes of the Andean region include fertile lagoons, forests and deep valleys, many of which are home to unique ingredients on the brink of extinction. Alongside the communities of the Sacred Valley, Mauka seeks to preserve these crops and boost local cultures.
The restaurant will cultivate a culture of closeness between farmers, chefs and guests, creating a vibrant link between the past, present and future.