What a tourist trap! Halfway through our boring meal, a band started playing music. Okay, fine, we've seen this before in Peru: band shows up, plays music, begs for tips. Then some dancers in costume came in. Hadn't seen that yet. The costumes were colorful but I'm not a fan of them going table to table and bothering people during dinner. But here's the worst part: like or not, they charge you a FEE for the "dinner show!" There's no notice or warning that customers will be charged for the entertainment that inflict upon you, you find out when you get your bill and notice an 8 soles per person charge! How sneaky!
Besides that trickery, not only was the food bland, it was the smallest portions of food we had in any restaurant in Peru, a country known for substantial portions. Also, the service was poor -- the food took a long time to come out and our waiter rarely checked on us -- despite the restaurant being empty (now we know why it was empty!).
Avoid this place at all costs! It's expensive, the food sucks and they will surprise you with a fee for the "show."
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