4.5 stars for Peruvian food so good I felt like I was right back in the Miraflores district of Lima (spent a few days there in September). The ceviche mixto (white fish, calamari, and shrimp) was absolutely on point. Exactly how ceviche should taste. Camarones a la limeoa (grilled shrimp with lime and other seasonings) were quite delicious as well. For the main entree I had the Aji de Gallina (chicken stew) and it was exceptionally seasoned and I found myself breaking a piece of bread to clean up every last drop from the bowl. The ensalada mixto was tasty, but nothing to write home about next to the other things we ate. Pisco sours were also reminiscent of Peru, although I noticed the sours they used sprinkled powder on the foam instead of a liquid sour; just the same, the Pisco Sour and the Pisco Sour Royale were quite delicious. Didn't do dessert. Service was quite courteous. The only bad part is parking - my goodness parking is horrible on 18th St NW. We ended up going to the closest lot and paid $18 for a little over 2 hours!!!! Aaarrgh!!! Thankfully the restaurant was reasonably priced ($55 for 2 appetizers and 2 entrees, plus $30 for 3 drinks) but the parking situation is just horrific. That street alone makes the metro worth it.
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