This is a mom & pop restaurant. No fancy atmosphere but clean. I haven't been at night (when I thing is the time when the pizza part kicks in). But for lunch is a good option. Daily options (called 'menu' , in Peru) can be found written on a blackboard. This 'menu' is comprised by an appetizer (usually there are two or three options to choose from, soup can make this category) and an entrée (usually three or four options). Most of them are Peruvian cuisine. Among the options you could find beef, chicken, freshwater fish, a a creole recipe. Portions are not big but sufficient. Included is a refreshment which I suggest you skip, may need made with boiled water but there's no guarantee of that. Go early.
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