Excellent food with excellent presentation. The adobo de cerdo was stupendous and so were the merengues for dessert. One of the best of Peru and expensive too.
But there is a very big issue with this restaurant. As soon as we were received and seated in our table, the waiter asks us if we have been in the restaurant before. We said no and he told us that there is only a fixed menu of three courses to choose several options from each course. After we dialogue in our party of 4 we decided not to stay and go to another restaurant. The menu was very expensive and none of us wanted the three courses. The waiter said that they were going to make an exception (?) and we can have whatever we want and pay only for that. By the end I decided that I also want a dessert and asked for the menu again and the waiter gave me a menu with all the prices. If you add all the prices considering the most expensive one of the three courses it will be cheaper than the original fixed price of the menu.
I felt somehow that I was going to be ripped off.
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