The homestyle Peruvian food here may not always impress, but it never fails to satisfy. Ceviche is garnished with corn and potatoes, but an even better starter is the fried mixed platter of seafood. Traditional chupe de camarones (shrimp stew with rice and eggs) and seco de res (dried beef cooked with cilantro) are house specialties. Make sure you order the tres leches for dessert.
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