I came here with a few friends to eat good Peruvian food. My wife is Peruvian and a good cook, so expectations are always high. We had a ceviche sampler, wanton con lomo saltando, lomo saltado y arroz chaufa de marisco. All was good but not excellent. The best was the arroz chaufa. For postre, we had suspiro a la limeña. It tasted great but was too cold and hard.
Service was very good and restaurant was not crowded, so we had good time to talk.
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