We tried a couple of dishes by takeout, so I really can't comment on the dining experience. The dishes we picked up were the Corderito Chiclayano (lamb shank), and Seco de Carne Frjoles (beef). Flavours of both dishes were very good, and I really liked the canary beans that were one of the sides. The beef wasn't quite as tender as I would have liked, though not too tough, and the trio of peppers and onion that I expected with it from the menu description were non-existent. The sauce, or gravy, was very tasty and maybe the peppers and onion had just cooked down into it. No negative comments on the lamb shank dish, though I am guessing yucca potatoes are an acquired taste thing. I would love to try some of the other dishes if I get the chance.
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