When we found out that this restaurant was run by nuns we had no idea what to expect so we had to go and check it out.
Tucked away behind a very unassuming, large black door in central Lima you cannot fail to be impressed when you first go into this wonderful haven of tranquility.
Our first visit was an evening one and surprisingly it was quite quiet but the food was absolutely stunning which was what took us back one lunch time when the place was absolutely packed.
The ladies were absolutely delightful and couldn't do enough for you. The food was stunning (i.e. prawn cocktails, sole in lemon butter, huge steaks) and they served beers and wines too which was not wholly expected. The bill was a very pleasant surprise and any tip is most gratefully received and goes to help local poor people.
The whole concept and set up of getting some lovely nuns to run a great restaurant for the benefit of local poor people is just great. Go and see them!