We went in a group and ordered various local specialities. In general food was fine, excep the chicken soup that was cold and we asked for reheat. Tacacho and cecina were correct, not the best, but not the worst.
The best is the nice attention of the people working there, always smiling and in a good disposition for help.
For the ones that are curious to try "charapa" food and don't want to take the rist to eat in the market and be ill, then you can go Blanquita's restaurant and try.
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