We ate here twice.
Currently, there's a bargain "prix fixe" menu - for 3500 pesos, you get an appetizer, and entree, and a side.
It's a busy place, with only one or two waitstaff. At peak hours, the waitress struggled to keep up, but she was still very patient with me as I translated menu item to my group, even though my Spanish is terrible and her English was limited.
For starters, our party had the Papas a la Huancaina, a Peruvian appetizer of boiled potatoes with Huancaína sauce -- think of it as a spicy potato hollandaise. It was very good. Some also had the Tortilla de Verduras, which is more omelette-like. For entrees, we had Pescado Frito (how can you go wrong) and Churrasco de vacuno. Vacuno seems to be the local word for beef, which was confusing, as I thought it meant "cattle" (see, I warned about my Spanish). Regardless, the person who ordered it said the meat was a little tough, but the sauce was very flavorful and delicious. One of the specialties of the house is Pollo a la Brazas. This is also excellent, but don't order it if you're in a hurry, since they and make it for you when you order. These came with a choice of papas salteada or rice.
Most of the people here were locals, which says something.
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