In a town severely lacking dining options, this restaurant holds some promise. With plastic furniture and a concrete floor, it's not winning any style prizes, but the hearty Peruvian cooking hits the spot and with most meals going for around S/10 to S/15 it's by far the best deal on food in town. Owner Arturo has grand plans to turn it into a more upmarket eatery, so expect changes. There's a good selection of wines from the local bodegas, and prices are almost as cheap
as buying direct from the winery.
Av. Perotti, lote 3, Huacachina, Peru