Good peruvian food, they have several "pikeos" (to share) options, wich is nice if you go with friends or family.
The atmosphere is not so good, it's something between an sports bar an a restaurant, but not clearly defined.
The food has a good taste, but the problem is that changes from time to time. I get the same dish and the taste from the first to second time was really different, none of them was bad, but you expect the same quality every time.
There are some better peruvian options in Costa Rica, like Chancay and Ceviche del Rey, even the Inka Grill
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