This restaurant was inside the Libertador hotel where we stayed. At the first night we didn't go in because it was completely empty. Later on the trip I realized people in Peru dine later than us (we were there at 7:30) so we decided take a chance at the second night. The service was great and so was the food. The criolo soup is to die for: Rusty, tasteful, spiced at the perfect pitch with fillet and angel hair pasta. Topped with a pouched egg and green herbs. Best meal in the trip. I also tried my dad's Ossobuco (Ox shin slow cooked to perfection and served with smashed potatoes, home made brown gravy and vegetables) and it was off the charts. Price is correct for the food but careful with the drinks. Coffe for 10 soles (3 USD) is too much in my opinion.
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