This authentic Peruvian restaurant is a must-visit. Located in the historic Sacred Valley of the Incas, the architectural concept was developed by Lima-based Estudio Rafael Freyre.
The appeal of the dining experience can be traced to a few things. For one, the 'Mil Centro' has been defined as "a laboratory and hub for experiments in local gastronomy." Secondly, the location of the eating establishment is incredibly alluring -- the building is absolutely secluded in the Andean highlands, boasting breathtaking views and chances for mindful contemplation. Lastly, the architectural arrangement by Estudio Rafael Freyre boldly embraces the region's traditions. The roof of the authentic Peruvian restaurant is made with grass. Moreover, the square-shaped floorplan forms a small courtyard where an endangered Andean queñua tree is growing.
Photo Credits: Gustavo Vivanco