Established in 2008, this eatery has become a popular neighborhood restaurant. Lining the menu are some Puerto Rican-influenced offerings but the Peruvian dishes are the highlight. Choosing one of the many ceviche dishes made with shrimp, grouper, mussels and octopus is a must. The hearty Peruvian stews called chupe are a meal in a bowl. Fish main courses come fried, grilled or steamed. Of course there are a couple of beef entrées including filet mignon and marinated churrasco steak.