So we went here for lunch on a Sunday afternoon the day after Peruvian independence day so it wasn't too packed because as the waitress explained people were still nursing their hangovers. We arrived around 2 pm and the place is rather small and intimate. It is a family owned an operated establishment and the food was reminiscent of good home cooking. As per the reccs of other reviewers we had the ceviche mixto. I love empanadas and ordered one with seafood as well. It was lightly dusted with powdered sugar which was and odd but good combo that made it even more of a treat. Seeing as to how I've yet to venture to Peru I asked the waitress if there was anything not to be missed on the menu, she reccomended a yuca and seafood app whose name escapes me but we chose the 1 with crab and it was delicious. If you are not too hungry the apps will suffice I was full after sharing 3. In terms of drinks we sampled the peruvian beer which in my opinion needed a lime, followed by the local drink which tasted like ginger cranberry blend, then ventured with Inca Cola and finally concluded our beverage adventures with some Sangria which was far from the best but we finished it so it was alright. On to the main course I ordered the paella type dish which my bf said was a hot rice version of our ceviche, despite that I thought it was very good. The man wanted meat and had the Churrasco with egg and rice and plantains and he didn't love it. So lesson learned stick to the seafood and appetizers but all in all it was delicious and I would certainly return!
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