The collection of antiques definitely creates an unreal environment. You could be in an old Peruvian church or mansion. It is definitely original and so different from other restaurants of the same type. Tables and chairs are really comfy and well enough separated from others so you do have plenty of intimacy. I was told the food was less than average but would very much disagree. Ceviches are great in particular the one with maracuyá. Tiraditos are also worth having. The selection of drinks is good and so is the one of wines. We had some of the most original piscos in town. Main dishes are different and manage to keep the Peruvian identity. This does make a difference with other places and may explain other comments if only used to modified versions of this type of food. I would recommend not to go for both entree and main course as portions are very generous. Service is by far one of the best and advices solid. As a fan of Peruvian cuisine I think this place is definitely worth visiting. They do not have an English menu but I was told they are working on it. Prices are at the same level of other reputed restaurants.
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