I was expecting really authentic food and I thought the food was a actually a bit average. I got the Jalea Misky which was a combination of fried mussels, fish, shrimp and octopus. It was actually pretty tasty but nothing I'd order again, it seemed kind of like bar food. There didn't appear to be enough dipping sauce and the food was a little too dry. The cool thing about the menu was the Peruvican beer called Cosquena, this was delicious. Overall I did think the prices were a little expensive for what you got, like my meal didn't come with any bread or anything (just peanuts...). They also served these pastries at the front desk which were tasty but $3 each, they were only the size of a cookie. I thought that was a little high. The service was a little slow too, only three tables were occupied but the food did take a bit long to come out.
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