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Siempre estuve buscando un restaurante dentro de lima, donde pudiera disfrutar de la comida de mi tierra,pues ya lo encontré; comida deliciosa,ambiente acogedor, música agradable y trato amable,para que pedir mas¡los felicito! y que sigan los exitos


I believe there are 2 locations. I was at the one in Lima. I actually visited this restaurant back in March of 2009. So this review is old. When I found it listed here on Tripadvisor and saw there was no reviews in English, I thought I should share my experience. This was a really fun place. We went for lunch. There was a band playing peruvian music. I would say the food was very authentic Peruvian when I compared it to all the other restaurants I ate in over the 11 days I spent in Peru. I did not eat Cuy, but many other folks did and seemed to enjoy it. Among our group of 6, we had beef, chicken, fish, potatoes, corn, chicken soup, rice and a couple desserts along with some Pisco Sours. Everything was delicious. I’m not sure of the names of the dishes. Next time I will write them down. Fortunately I took some pictures of the food and I’ll share those here. I would say the prices were reasonable but I found pretty much all the food and beverages in Peru reasonably priced.


He ido a dos de sus locales (el de javier prado en Lima y el de Huancayo mismo), ambos con muy buena atencion en verdad y comida incomparable de Huancayo, lo que siempre pido es la Patasca (sopa de mote con carne y mondongo, para mi sin el mondongo), las papas con cremas muy recomendables (a las tres uchus, huancaina, etc) y mas aun pues son hechas del modo tradicional (en batan en vez de licuadora), el carnero al palo y los chicharrones deliciosos (el chicharron me gusto mas en Huancayo)…y tienen musica en vivo los fines de semana…en resumen…muy bueno

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