A little hard to find (the named is etched in glass on the door and there is no sign so we drove by it twice), Symposium is an excellent little secret in Lima. At the end of the night we were saying the food was exactly like our honeymoon in Tuscany, simple but delicious. The wine list is possibly the biggest in Lima (it looks like a book) and runs from reasonable Argentinean to 10 thousand Sole bottles of french wine. We had an excellent bottle of nobile de montepulciano for a decent price for an import and the sommelier was extremely helpful. The menu has a long antipasto and pasta course and about 8 or 9 entrees, portions are perfect sized so that you could eat 3 courses(antipasto, pasta and main) and a dessert. We shared an appetizer and pasta course then each got an entree, the black truffle raviolis were amazing as was the ossobucco with polenta. we also enjoyed the tiramisu and il moro dessert. Everything about the restaurant just excels from the food, to the attentive but non invasive service to the decor. Highly recommended and a nice break from Peruvian food if you are looking for a little variety.