This is easily accessible but off the beaten track for tourists. An unassuming entrance gives way to a pleasant area at the back that is partly open air. Warm greeting and a busy atmosphere of peruvians in the serious business of enjoying lunch. The waiter was that great type who confidently discusses and recommends without being too pushy or too ready to simply agree with your pick.
This is a great place for seafood although the non-seafood dishes were fine also. We had excellent tiradito, chupe and some other dishes that I cannot now remember. Like many peruvian restaurants you can bring your own bottle. I was with a group of peruvian and spanish diners who are unfussy but demanding about quality. All were very happy.
Prices were middling. Good value for quality and quantity. Will definitely return.