Another of many good experiences. The server was very pleasant, as always. We started with pisco sours, then had the Cebiche mixto appetizer followed by Bisteck a Lo Pobre 17 and Camaron Cuzco 17 entrees, all excellent. Initially very quiet and uncrowded at 1800, then louder with a couple more groups insistent upon Monday-night football. We enjoy this spot as a personal reminder of Peru, and recommend it, while not claiming to be experts. We've never been able to make reservations.
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