Museum-like, this quaint two-decades-old institution is filled with wrought-iron antiques and artwork including a display of antique irons and sewing machines. Divided into four intimate rooms, the polished hardwood floors, lace tablecloths, and burning candles make it feel like having dinner at great-grandma's. Savory aromas of hearty soups and grilled meats and fish fill the place. Try local fare, such as lomo de alpaca (alpaca steak) or one of their thick soups
(the cream of quinoa is amazing) made with vegetables and meat or fish. Ask for the Menu Turistico and have a great set meal for S/25, and a pisco sour for less than S/8.