This peruvian resturant is small with only 14 tables. We tried it with a group on and had to make in advance reservations since they only take a fewgroup ons every night. I enjoyed that we got to select from the regular menu instead of a group on menu. We started with the seafood cerviche which was crisp and tany. The portions were enough for two people. For dinner we had the sirlion tips with soy sauce and an asian spice. It was delcious but not very spicy. Thefish was also well cooked and tasty. For dessert we had the creme brule which was rich and creamy. I thought that the wine list was limited and the glass of wine tend to be expensive. However, we enjoyed dinner very much.
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