It would be a bit silly to go to an Italian restaurant in Peru and expect it to be authentic. With this in mind the food was an interesting interpretation of the traditional recipes. The Boscaiola sauce which usually has mushrooms as one of the key ingredients, does not. In their place there was the addition of green beans and carrots. The Puttanesca sauce also seems to have drastically changed and was creamy instead of tomato based. That aside, the food tasted ok and the serving size was good for the price. Long story short, if you want Italian food, go to Italy.
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