Our first trip to A&G was entirely by chance about a year ago, and we were blown away by the food, service, and overall creativity. This time, although there's nothing to point out to complain about, there was little to savour or share with friends, either.
The food was solid, though not quite remarkable. Prices are high compared to competitors, and seemingly only because of the Top 50 fame. There's something missing in the flavour/texture experience to justify $25 for a four-bite appetizer. The desserts, however, were very much the opposite. Portions are similarly petite, but there's a flair and dash of the unexpected that you hope for. Imagine basil ice cream and tomato apple tart.
Overall, still a great place to try if you're a foodie or curious about the top end of Peruvian cuisine. The service is friendly and even if the food doesn't amaze you, you certainly won't be disappointed either.
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