For starters we shared two appetizers: a croissant stuffed with seafood and crushed corn stuffed with chicken. (These were the first two items listed under the list of appetizers by their Peruvian names.) The croissant was served hot, and was very good, until we got to the center of the croissant, which was frozen. The proof is in the croissant that the ingredients for this item were not fresh, and likely an indication of our main courses. The second appetizer tasted like a gelatin-like split pea soup which was used as a wrap over a very small strip of chicken. Neither of us cared much for that and we did not finish it. We each ordered a main course which turned out to be very similar. The King had seafood served over fried rice and the Queen had seafood served over noodles. Very similar to a Chinese type of entree. Both were served hot and were very good. Instead of bread, we were served Peruvian corn. Peruvian corn is similar to unpopped popcorn, but quite edible and quite good.
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