My friends and I had dinner here and it was the couple who has never been to Peru that didn't enjoy it as much. But I think it's because they did not have Peruvian food before and kept comparing it to Mexican food that didn't let them enjoy it.
As for me, I ordered the Arroz con Mariscos while the rest of the table got the signature Lomo Saltado. The arroz was good, but the look on my friends' faces told me i was missing out on the Lomo. After taking one bite of their plate, I understood why. This was the only place I know that served Cusquena beer (in LA so far) and the piscos were very good.
After the drinks and meal, I ordered the one thing I really came here for: Lucuma Ice Cream. I don't know how best to describe the flavor, except its really different. And I was not disappointed once I got it.
There are some minor cons with the location, which I think I should at least mention. The first is the parking. Like all of LA, parking is hard to come by and we ended up driving around the block a couple of times before we found one in the neighborhood behind the restaurant. At night, you can also park at the business across the street, but we didn't know that until after we got to the restaurant. The other con is the size of the ceviche. I get that it has a very authentic taste to it, but to me it's not worth the price that is charged.
Overall, great restaurant.