Our very good guide recommended this place over some of Cuzco's fancier places. We had excellent ceviche, causa with salmon tartare, seared tuna tataki, and seafood fried rice (arroz chaufa).
Our hotel's reservation was lost so they had no record of our reservation when we arrived, but the staff was gracious and found us a seat on the patio on a busy night.
Our server was great, the classic pisco sour was very good, and the night was clear with sparkling stars and city lights. We had a simply wonderful evening.
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