We picked Demarco's because it looked a little more elegant than some of the other restaurants in the pedestrian street. The previous evening there had been many people eating there. We also believed there was a two-course set menu, but when we asked this did not exist. We do speak some Spanish, but couldn't understand what the waiter said about the menu, maybe it was only a lunch-time offer. We chose pizza and cannelloni. Ok, so we're in Peru not Italy, but neither dish was particularly good. The cannelloni in particular was fairly tasteless. We did each have a glass of good house wine, which was the best thing about the visit. We don't think it was good value.