The reservation website is not 100% functional. There is a need to send emails to confirm the reception of the reservation request.
Arrival with friendly staff for reception. We were asked to put on different face masks.
We took the small tasting menu and honestly it was too much food. I couldn't finish it all. The dishes were quite interesting. Many different types of food from different parts of Peru. Lots of research behind each dish.
Dishes nicely presented with some real examples of the ingredients. Servers seem to have a straightforward speech that they quickly recite upon presenting each dish. When asked questions, the answers are quite general and seem to relate to local information/ingredients, not necessarily easy for outsiders/people not so knowledgeable of peruvian ingredients.
We opted for the wine pairing and, unfortunately, this was a complete dissapointment. One wine serving was to last for two dishes. However, the servings were less than one ounce (about one small sip!) making it impossible to have a full wine pairing experience. Furthermore, the wine presentation seemed to repeat a fixed speech and did not offer any knowledgeable answers to the questions asked about the wine or what could have been a pairing experience (not much to do as servings we're extremely limited).
Overall the experience is interesting and good as many different ingredients are offered. The restaurant has service-related elements to improve.
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