As the name implies, they serve various foods you are not likely to see on a menu outside of Peru. We had the cuy and the alpaca. Possibly because we were there in the off-season on a Tuesday(?) night, it wasn't very busy and our waiter gave us quite an education. He brought out a display of the different types of potatoes, corn, and quinoa they use and explained their various uses, how they grow, etc. He also brought out some chicha for us to try and samples of various desserts. It was an excellent evening with an excellent meal.
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