Lost under the Inca sun we found this little vegetarian restaurant, the dishes on the menu caught our attention and we decided to enter. It's the best surprise I've had in a while.
The base of their décor is wood, creating an ideal atmosphere to sample their exquisite and flavoursome dishes. The menu consisted of 3 courses and desserts, there were two dishes to choose from, curiosity got the better of us and we chose one of each, so that we could try all the dishes of that day.
The presentation of the dishes was neat and the amounts generous, but what I want to emphasize and, above all, thank is the flavour that all the ingredients had in each dish. At every bite we rediscover tastes almost forgotten, and in others we discover ones that are totally new to us, such as the wheat gluten (a vegetable protein known as the meat plant) or bulgur (a grain that comes from wheat, very similar to couscous.)
The owner has a garden where he grows in a completely organic way many of the ingredients used in their dishes and, depending on what is collected each day, prepares the menus, especially in summer.
We shouldn’t be surprised that green beans have flavour, and not only that, if not a very good flavour, or that a pear soup be attractively tasty, much less that a boiled potato becomes a delicacy you wish to repeat, but it is, today it is increasingly difficult to consume products that preserve the flavour, not to mention all their nutritional qualities, for this reason this restaurant deserves special mention because not only do they offer these pleasures for the palate, but because they also offer them at a great price.
For all this and much more, I recommend that if you pass by Inca don’t forget to go to this little taste corner, I assure you that your palate will thank you forever. Also, if you want you can buy some organic products in the small shop they have in the same restaurant.