This stylish eatery on restaurant row adds some class to the Nazca dining scene, which is otherwise dominated by mediocre hotel restaurants. With food that is as modern as the stylish interior, this is the best spot in town to try Peruvian-fusion cuisine. The pollo a lo Oporto, chicken in a port wine sauce, is a stand-out, as is the cocktail list, including the tri-color Macchu Pichu pisco cocktail. Head upstairs for a spot on the balcony overlooking the street,
and while there, sneak a peek through the back window and you can see the parrilla chef working over the restaurant's giant barbecue.