Although the name conjures up a haunted house, Witches of Cachiche is a modern space with huge windows, soaring ceilings, and modern art. The magic is in the cooking, which draws on Peru's traditional cuisines. The results include such delicacies as corvina en salsa de camarones (sea bass in a roasted crayfish sauce), cabrito a la norteña (stewed kid), and pato al ají (chili stewed duck). The desgustación, a four-course meal with six items
in each course, lets you sample an array of dishes. The wine list has some top South American vintages. The cozy bar in back is a good spot for appetizers or a light meal in the early evening, when most restaurants are closed.
Feb 22, 2006
Wonderful atmosphere and ambiance. Very romantic setting, but the food needs much improvement. If I want to pay top dollar for a gastronomic and romantic experience in peruvian cuisine I'd definetely opt for JOSE ANTONIO which has two locations.
Aug 8, 2005
Food was good, selection was excellent but expensive. We had lunch buffet. The buffet is not a bargain but food was good.