One of the oldest and most respected restaurants in Ica, this is a family business now in its third generation and still dishing up traditional Peruvian cuisine along with the self-proclaimed best pisco sours around. It's a classic spot, and a welcome change from the usual fried chicken and rice joints on every other corner of the center. Local specialties include the pollo a la Iqueña (chicken in a rich pecan and pisco sauce) and the traditional papas a la
huancaina (potatoes with cheese sauce). Owner Hary Hernandez says he won't accept credit cards, although precious stones, gold, and silver are fine. Art by Iqueño artists adorns the walls.
Calle Bolívar 255, Ica, Peru