There's no sign on this dark gray mansion, and at night the somber edifice with a bright red foyer looks like Dracula's love shack. Step inside, and you enter a chic lounge and two large, elegant dining rooms decorated with oversize photography and wall sculptures. The nicest seating is on the terrace, where you'll find by a brick wall draped with greenery and a space that turns into a popular bar as the night goes on. The food is Peruvian fusion: creative variations on
Lima standards and local interpretations of continental cuisine. The results include cabrito (roast kid), tuna in a sesame-and-pepper crust, and gnocchis crocantes (crispy gnocchi smothered in a mushroom-and–artichoke heart ragout).