This is a family owned and operated restaurant serving genuine Peruvian food. There is seating in the front, but the nicest part is under the thatched roof in the rear. We had incredibly fresh cebiche (ceviche), great fish, shrimp, and lamb. The Marisco sauce is out of this world. They also serve an terrific "creole" salad, and have excellent soups. We ended up eating 3 lunches and 3 dinners there over a 7 day stay. We noticed lots of locals eating there...a good indicator! Enjoy!
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