We went to this restaurant two days in a row for lunch. It was that good. First day was a Sunday (most of the best restaurants in Lima are closed for dinner on Sunday) We arrived around 3.30 pm and the place was packed. We were told there was a 30 minutes waiting for a table. We went to the bar and had a Pisco sour. The bartender, Jefferson, offered that he could serve us our meal at the bar. A waiter waiting for some drinks helped us selecting what to eat. He suggested we shared an Anticucho de lomo and a Aji de Gallina. Both dishes were delicious and if we had not shared them we would no have been able to finish either of them. Unfortunately, since it was close to their closing time (5 pm) they were out of their Suspiro Limeño dessert.
The next day we arrived at 12.30 pm. We were seated immediately and we again shared and appetizer and a main dish. The appetizer was Picaditos de Doña Panchita and the main dish was the Lechon crocante. Both were excellent and completely new dishes for us. We also shared a Suspiro Limeño that was very good. But you have to like sweet things.
Yes, they did charge us for the bread, which was also very good. They do this in almost all good restaurants in Lima. I don't mind paying for this when I am having such a wonderful meal.
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