A pleasant setting in an easily-accessed plaza with adequate parking. The interior featured booths & tables with a counter for takeout, several flatscreen televisions, and a variety of latin music that added to the ambience (though it'd be nicer to have Peruvian-based music!)
The menu authentically describes the food, but Aguaymanto has room for improvement in their seasoning and entree presentation. Perching half a hard-boiled egg and an olive atop the stew next to a formed mound of steamed rice doesn't cut it. Some of the spices were unusual, somewhere between cumin and curry, and I'll attribute that to their Peruvian origin.
The staff needs to amp up their ability to comprehend English - mistakes could easily be made by their lack of understanding. While there was a sign offering a lunch special, no mention was made of it by our waiter. The entree prices were a little steep for lunch - I'd recommend a lunch menu featuring smaller portions at lower cost. Worth a second chance, I'll be back to try the fire roasted chicken ...
(Note: They feature latino karaoke on Saturday nights and the house is packed with locals.)
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