This Peruvian spot is just off of Garrick Street, and if you’re not looking for it, you might easily miss it. The fact that it looks like a quaint little restaurant from the outside is pretty deceptive. It’s actually a big modern restaurant with a rustic private dining room, and a bar in the basement. Whether you go for a couple of pisco cocktails and some yuca fries, or a full-blown feast of salmon ceviche, roasted lamb rump, and beef empanadas, you’re pretty much guaranteed a great time. Plus, if you happen to have a spare £800 lying around you can purchase one of the colourful artworks. That or, you know, invest in 133 passion-fruit panna cottas instead.
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