It's not fancy at first glance, but I found that's because the food is the star of this eatery. You'll find ceviche, paella and anticuchos galore.
AAA Inspector Notes
This restaurant has a casual setup featuring an unusual configuration with the bar and kitchen in the front and the main dining room in the back. The menu offers a little more variety than the standard Peruvian restaurant. Start with the one of the ceviches, served with sweet potato and Peruvian giant corn then try the parihuela, a Peruvian bouillabaisse made with local pacific fish. The atmosphere is homey and simple, as to not outshine the food.