On our first night in Lima we enjoyed dinner here overlooking the Huaca Pucllana ruins for which the restaurant is named. Service was attentive but not overbearing. I had the sea bass which was perfectly done. My husband had the cerbiche and another fish dish which he enjoyed. Our friends had the pasta and the Peruvian chowder which they each said were very good. The chowder was served with a fried egg on top. For desert we shared the Chocolate that was served in a flower pot. It was rich and delicious with a very unique presentation. The highlight is sitting on the outdoor terrace overlooking the illuminated ruins. There are heaters strategically placed throughout for chilly nights although the evening we were there was pleasant. The hostess can arrange for a 20 minute nighttime partial tour of the ruins (you cannot climb to the top at night for safety reasons) for 12 soles per person (approx. $4). We did the English tour following dinner which was a special way to cap off a wonderful evening of food, views and history.
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