The restaurant is beautiful, in a historic old building with a fabulous looking bar that I never had time to enjoy in and of itself! A friend took us there for a late lunch that was fabulous, great wine and ceviche included. Really nice staff and not that expensive. It is a local institution, and in the back there is a bandstand and dance floor that was getting ready for New Year's eve with live music. The place must have rocked! You can easily walk there from the Plaza de Armas, right down Trujillo's nice pedestrian street. Just before you get to the end, where it meets the still-intact old city gate and the cute tree-shaded park where the craft booths are set up, you turn right and go about 3 blocks. Incidentally, you pass by a new family restaurant with those great rotissary chickens (with Cusquenos, my favorite Peru beer!) that can be hard to find. Really nice family and great food!
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