A colleague and I dined here for lunch. We wanted outside seating but the tables did not have individual umbrellas but one large umbrella for 2 small tables. So, with the sun being high, we decided to dine in.
I was pretty pleased my my food. They brought us bread which was accompanied by fresh olive oil and sea salt that is present at every table (nice touch). I ordered 1/2 Peruvian Chicken, Yuca Fries, Aji Amarillo Alioli, Green Chili Puré and a glass of vino casablanca - all of which was absolutely fab-u-lous! The chicken practically fell off the bone and the amarillo alioli sauce was so good, I ate it with the chicken and the yuca fries.
Now, Del Campo has a lot of windows. It was bright and sunny outside so the restaurant was equally bright. The ceilings are high and the acoustics are great with no reverberation. The lunch time crowd was quiet and we seemed to be the most animated people there but our voices didn't carry throughout the entire section--I like! The decor was unpretentious elegant with South American artifacts strategically placed throughout the restaurant. The food was beautifully plated, our server was good and the overall atmosphere was conducive to your standard fine dining experience.
This is a perfect place for a business lunch because the atmosphere is quiet enough to converse. The chairs and booths are comfortable and generously spaced apart. It's also a good date-night locale for the same reasons. Del Campo's a keeper.