Service, atmosphere, food, price you name it. The inside of the place is very neat - dark, wood floors, nice decorations, and a fire going to set the mood. Our waiter Francisco was awesome. Very helpful in choosing what to eat, conversational and really added to the experience. The Andean cheese and spinach dip might have been the best thing I ate in Peru. It was baked just enough that the cheeses were somewhat melted, but you could still taste each individual one. The quinoa soup had excellent flavor, as did the stew with lamb and other meats. Even the bread we used to soak up everything was great. Very, very reasonable prices too - even with drinks and tip our meal was less than $40 USD. The only disappointments are that we could only eat here once, and that we didn't have room for more food. One of those meals I'll want to re-live over and over again.
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