Excellent and authentic Peruvian food. Enjoyed the Causa and Conchitas a la Parmesana (scallops cooked in shell with parmesan cheese) for appetizers. Both outstanding. Main course had the Ceviche Mixto, prepared in the traditional way, with sweet potato, large corn kernels and a mix of seafoods. Delicious. The Aji de Gallina was really good, a slightly spicy cream sauce on shredded chicken and served over rice. Don’t miss the Sangria, red wine in home made Chicha Morada- a typical drink made from purple corn and spices. They also have a nice dessert menu and the alfajores were the real thing. After multiple trips to Peru and being married to a Peruvian, I am thrilled to have found another local restaurant with great Peruvian cuisine.