I ate at this restaurant on the way to perform in Xenia. I had found them via their web site and tried it out. It has American food but also Peruvian. I tried the pollo a la brasa, which is a braised chicken slow-cooked for hours. It was flavorful and the meat fell off the bones. It has rosemary herbs on it. The side I had was potatoes with dill and garilc (probably tossed in a little olive oil) and it was a nice item. I had a special Peruvian beverage that I cannot recall the name of, but it was nice with its cloves and sweetness. They serve bread with olive oil to dip and it was soft. The server did his job and all was well.
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