In an area that has become so gentrified that you can no longer get into a restaurant on Saturday or Sunday mornings for breakfast/brunch and where the average dinner bill has skyrocketed, this pleasant little place delivers on good food and huge portions at very reasonable prices.
They offer Chinese/Spanish cuisine with an additional emphasis on Peruvian dishes. Several choices include Peruvian beef stew in a cilantro sauce, shredded chicen in a special spicy sauce with cheese and walnuts and my favorite, Peruvian chicken. The half chicken for less than $10 is enough to feed an army and it comes with delicious fried plantains--the sweet or unsweet varieties that make you forget about potatoes. My husband always enjoys their delicious seviche--again humongous portions at a low price--and their very good mojitos.
The pleasantly decorated restaurant has many comfortable booths and if you are only two people, they seat you there anyway. The service is friendly, swift and homey.
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