Why locals love it
Has no sign on the door. After climbing a narrow ladder you arrive at a simple room with pictures on the wall of Peru, andean music and television on with the best of peruvian programming.
Nobody speaks Portuguese, the official language is spanish.
Most customers are locals nearby, most belonging to the Peruvian colony .
Why you should visit it
The dishes, all serve two or more people, are incredibly cheap and tasty.
Order the ceviche, the freshest I have ever eaten in the city.
Another option is the magnificent chaufa, seasoned rice with fried egg and options of beef, chicken or seafood.
Order the Inca Cola, the most consumed yellow soda of Peru
Go during the day when the area is more crowded but always alert when arriving and leaving