The ambience here is a nice blend of friendly, upscale, and romantic, with a rooftop terrace and a cozy interior dining room. Start with a drink made from one of the many pisco infusions made in-house. Peruvian fusion is the restaurant's specialty, and the alpaca steaks are some of the best in town; other options include melt-in-your-mouth chicken in aguaymanto (groundcherry fruit) sauce. The wine list is continuously improving, and you may be able to get in a wine or pisco tasting if you ask ahead of time. The chef-owner also offers cooking classes, which include a trip to the local market for the freshest ingredients.