Right on El Camino, this isn't an impressive looking place. In fact, you'd likely not even notice driving by. But that would be a mistake, as it has good food that is a bit unusual. Peruvian is not one of the more common offerings, but it's tasty and generally amenable to American tastes. It's just a different combination of flavors, but it's an effective change from the usual. For example, I had a paella stew that was fairly similar in composition to a paella from anywhere in Europe or New England - but the most prominent taste was cilantro. Some folks don't like it, but I do, and it made a relatively commonplace dish into something pleasantly different. Everyone else had something that could be described as familiar but tasting tantalizingly different at the same time.
Moderate prices too, at least for the area.
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