Confession: I have never eaten Peruvian food before. I wasn't sure what to expect.
What I got: an incredibly tasty dinner that was visually unappealing when it arrived. I ordered something called Tacu Tacu en Lomo Saltado, a dish invented by the black African slaves who worked the coastal cotton and sugar plantations in colonial Peru. This dish of seasoned beans and rice. Menu doesn't mention that there is yummy yummy seasoned filet mignon on top, so be sure to listen to the details from your waiter.
The dish is so seasoned that everything is dark brown. Not visually attractive. But man is it tasty.
Unassuming interior. Live music after 7 pm. (Peruvian musicians/instruments playing ABBA?)
Enjoyable evening. Parking is difficult unless you learn that all the spots along the brick wall of the restaurant labled "Parking for Post Office only". Seems all those spaces are available to restaurant patrons after hours.
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