Don't let the hole-in-the-wall vibe fool you; what this place lacks in pretension it more than makes up for in taste. Just order a plate of the much-lauded skewered beef hearts and you'll quickly forget the atmosphere. Ceviche is the specialty of the house, so if you aren't ordering it for your main course, consider a taste as an appetizer. Other options range from typical steaks and seafoods to the delectable mishmash that is lomo saltado (Angus beef, onions, tomatoes,
and french fries, all sautéed together)—not much to look at, but it has a satisfyingly rich flavor. The caramel custard is a generous serving that two can share, unless one has a sweet tooth.