I heard about Los Cavenecia (Lima) from word of mouth, which seems to be their best advertisement and a testament to the quality of the food and the overall experience. Although I'm a native of Peru, I hadn't been in about 20 years, so it was a treat to enjoy the much anticipated new Peruvian cuisine, which has gotten a lot of attention around the world in the last five years or so. We shared most of the dishes, and I especially enjoyed the "ceviche (tiradito) Inca", made with citrus from the rainforest (instead of the traditional lime juice), the "tiradito marinero", with crabmeat, in an amazing creamy pasmerssan sauce, and the "tacu flacu", chef Sebastian's modern take on a classic Peruvian comfort food dish. Look this place up! The food was great, not typical, the atmosphere is very intimate, the staff is attentive, and I even went home with a bottle of fine moscatel pisco (like a brandy, for sipping, not mixing). Who knows, you may even meet the chef!
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