We came for lunch on a Friday and had to wait 30 minutes for a table after driving around trying to find parking for another 15. We were beginning to grow weary, but the staff was helpful in answering our questions since it was our first time having Peruvian food. We enjoyed the Chicha Morada (purple corn drink), an appetizer sampler, and the seafood Chaufa. The chaufa was very much like Chinese fried rice, and the seafood was so delicious! The restaurant is small, but clean and lively. The atmosphere is much more of upscale/ fine dining than anything else - the staff all wear matching uniforms and the plated presentations are beautiful. Our bill was $71 before tip, but we thought it was worth it to try so many things. We only finished half of what we ordered. I would recommend stopping here if you are nearby.
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