The food was delicious and nice service, but the only downside was a rather heavy deco and not that relaxed atmosphere.
The drink list was very extensive with a large selection of piscos. The food menu was typical Lima/Peruvian selection of dishes with a hint of modern interpretation. the tuna carpaccio was nice, but the seafood tiradito was exccellent. For mains we chose the langoustines and the mero (grouper) fish steak. The mero was deliciously prepared and very juicy.
Rafael is on the ground floor with big windows. Inside the decoration is in-between modern and formal, but it didn’t have a heavy formal feel to it. The lights were quite dim, so the mood was somewhat romantic.
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