This restaurant has a lovely atmosphere, with several, separate dining areas, each with a unique feel. We sat in a courtyard, protected from the pigeons and the midday sun by a lattice of umbrellas. The food was exceptionally delicious, but unpretentious. There is a great mix of styles, from Peruvian to Turkish to sushi, but each style is treated respectfully. This isn't one of those 'fusion' restaurants where the food has lost all sense of identity. Definitely one of the best meals I've eaten in Arequipa. Excellent wine selection. The less expensive wines are very good. I can't speak about the expensive ones, because they're really expensive. They probably taste just like wine. You should eat this food.
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