Went here with my parents for lunch one Monday. Absolutely amazing ceviches and centolla (king crab) Superb wine list, cool and friendly staff. Our only complaint, and the reason for 4 not 5 stars was the deserts. We ordered three. One was a lucama creme brulee, this was inedible and had the texture of wetsand. The second was a mil hoja or many layered cake of pastry and manjar. This was also inedible and rather soggy. The third was a coconut milk pudding. This was rather bland, but was edible.
So my recommendation is go, eat a starter and a main, drink some great wines, but avoid the deserts, just order a second starter.
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