After the waiter in the street had helped us find the local tour office we needed we went back to repay the favour. The upstairs restaurant does that clever thing of being compact but not making you feel cramped due to the views you have of the main Plaza de Armas.
My girlfriend and I went for a garlic bread and an avocado stuffed with chicken and veg for starters. We followed this with a meat feast pizza and a vegetarian pizza. Now, I know what you're thinking: that's not very Peruvian and you'd be right but we have just been to a Peruvian cooking class and have a couple of reservations at proper Peruvian places which I will review in due course. Anyway, back to the pizza: the base was lovely, perfectly thin and crispy and the toppings were all fresh and proper cuts of meat...this is not the case in many places who seem to use tinned mushrooms and processed meat rubbish which is bizarre for a country so rich in agriculture.
So, whilst this is in tourist central, I still felt you got value for money. The annoying thing was that we didn't realise there was a free salad bar (Harvester style for you Brits reading this) until we were walking out! Why the waiter didn't tell us I don't know but this would only have added to the perception of value had we got stuck into this too.
Price was S72 (£16, $26) which for 2 courses, salad bar for 2 and 2 soft drinks is pretty good in my book.
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