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Machu Picchu
马丘比丘咖啡馆

14 Fang Hua Heng Jie, Chengdu
成都芳华横街14

Phone: (028) 85132903

Small chill-out bar with afternoon tea and coffee and weekend folk shows.

RUNNER UP - "Best Nightlife Venue" - CHENGDOO citylife Magazine Annual Readers' Poll 2012

RUNNER UP - "Best Nightlife Venue" - CHENGDOO citylife Magazine Annual Readers' Poll 2011

RUNNER UP - "Best Bar" - CHENGDOO citylife Magazine Annual Readers' Poll 2010

RUNNER UP - "Best Café" - CHENGDOO citylife Magazine Annual Readers' Poll 2010

RUNNER UP - "Best Bar" - CHENGDOO citylife Magazine Annual Readers' Poll 2009

RUNNER UP - "Best Café" - CHENGDOO citylife Magazine Annual Readers' Poll 2009

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Events

  • Monday May 1, 2017
    Zhang Gasong. Chinese folk. RMB80 (pre-sale RMB60). Starts at 8.30 p.m.
  • invisible
    October 6, 2016
    It's closed. Another Chengdu expat oldschool institution gone.
  • vivien331
    December 13, 2012
    my favorite place to go. NO DOUBT AT ALL.
  • AnitaZhao
    December 13, 2012
    Meeting all kinds of people,listening to all kinds of story, some of which are beyond your wildest imagination. lol It has performances sometimes. Coffee and alcohol are awesome and reasonably priced XD
  • TokyoJim
    December 12, 2010
    Definitely my favorite place to hang in Chengdu. They've got just the right atmosphere, down to the furniture that was all handmade by one of the owners.

    It's not one of those places for foreigners evading arrest back home. It's mostly a Chinese crowd, but one happy to speak (in Chinese) to a stranger that sits down at their table.

    I also really dig the whole music theme there. In addition to playing quite decent tunes on the sound system, they have a variety of instruments hanging on the wall that anyone can (and does) take down and start playing. Every time I've been there, a jam session breaks out.
  • Leigh
    May 29, 2010
    A good place to spend a lazy afternoon people-watching from the shaded interior, also a good place to see a band up close and personal (it's not exactly a big bar). They have a few board games and occasionally even bread for sale.
  • Funty
    August 16, 2009
    Good relaxing small bar atmosphere; reasonably priced drinks and friendly bar staff. A conversation bar, rather than a place to get so drunk that you stand on the table dancing with utter abandonment then obliviously knock my drink over.
  • gavinski
    June 19, 2009
    Absolutely ranks among my favourite bars in Chengdu. A friendly, alternative, mostly Chinese crowd with just a few foreigners so you get to practise your Chinese; good music at just the right volume (Jah bar take note!), a decent-sounding guitar to jam on, lots of greenery, good coffee, 10 kuai beers, a few tables outside. And the bread is indeed very good...
  • magentalisted
    April 18, 2009
    Machu Picchu is a pretty cozy hangout, but really small. Lots of locals, sometimes foreigners, concerts usually involve an acoustic guitar. Good bread, but out of my budget usually.
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