No thrills place, only locals, ask for the specials. Had the best tamales ever, chicarron with sweet potatoes, local specialty 'sopa seca' (yuca, pasta with herbs and carapulcra - very interseting mix on the same plate). Large portions and inexpensive. But again, the place looks like a hole in the wall but well worth it. I would stop again if travelling through Chincha.
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