I try new things but I am rather more conventional in my tastes, for these reasons I wouldn't make Amaz a habit. Now that that is out of the way, this was an interesting choice and adds to the overheated foodie market in Lima, as well as an option other than ceviche, ceviche, ceviche...
I thought I couldn't read the Spanish menu so we asked for the English version, then we realized that we just had no idea what any of the things on the menu were regardless of the language. We told the waiter to bring us his own selections from the menu, four or five things appetizer style so that we could share and sample the menu without being overly picky or annoying. In my opinion, unless you have a deep knowledge of Amazonian cuisine (giant river snails, anyone?), I recommend this route. I have no idea what we were eating half of the time, but it was river heavy (prawns, snails, fish, etc) washed down with smooth pisco sours.
It is at the base of the Marriott, and yes it is a bit pretentious, which is how I prefer restaurants. Although my buddy was fine in a t-shirt, so whatever.
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