An authentic immersion into Andean fine dining

Lingering in the shadows of snow-capped Chicón sits one of the most enticing restaurants in Peru. Serving seasonal Andean cuisine, all ingredients are locally sourced and many plucked from our ecological garden. A mere stone’s throw from the roaring Urubamba, restaurant offerings at Belmond Hotel Rio Sagrado encourage all the senses to take flight.

El Huerto

El Huerto

The warm glow of candlelight and an elegantly understated atmosphere make El Huerto one of the best restaurants in Peru. 

Fusing the region’s best-kept culinary secrets with some signature twists, fresh herbs and spices are woven into local specialties and international delicacies. The result is a menu that’s anything but predictable.

Open daily 6am–10pm

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El Jardin

El Jardin

Bringing the best of the outdoors inside, El Jardin is an idyllic spot to enjoy an intimate lunch in natural surroundings.

Select a sun-dappled table or recline in the cool leafy shade. Let the sound of birdsong and the babbling Urubamba River provide a tranquil soundtrack to a locally sourced feast, complete with fresh home-baked breads.

El Bar del Huerto

El Bar del Huerto

Take a seat beside the babbling Urubamba River. In this serene venue, have our friendly team guide you through El Bar del Huerto’s tempting selection of wines and spirits.

Step inside this original wood and stone bar to sip fresh cocktails against the magnificent backdrop of the Sacred Valley. Or retreat to our lush garden, where first-class table service and a medley of delicious Andean light bites complement an inventive drinks menu. Try the signature Rio Sagrado cocktail––a blend of pisco, apple, apple liqueur and coconut cream.

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Culinary Traditions - Pachamanca

Dating back to the Inca empire, this traditional cooking method uses hot stones in a pit to slow cook marinated meats and vegetables. Savor this authentic dish with a selection of delicious garnishes, drinks and dessert. Available for a minimum of eight guests.

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Pachamanca
Pachamanca

Culinary Traditions - Pachamanca

Dating back to the Inca empire, this traditional cooking method uses hot stones in a pit to slow cook marinated meats and vegetables. Savor this authentic dish with a selection of delicious garnishes, drinks and dessert. Available for a minimum of eight guests.

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The Perfect Package

Gourmet Package

Lose yourself in the dramatic scenery of the Sacred Valley and enjoy a culinary sensation at El Huerto Restaurant.

  • Luxury accommodation
  • Welcome amenities
  • Daily buffet breakfast
  • One dinner for two per stay
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