Food was great. My girlfriend is from Peru and is introducing me to all things Peruvian cooking, so we've been scouring the city for restaurants and stores. We've been to this restaurant twice now, and the was very good. I've been having cravings for more papa de huancaina. While I'll eat most anything, my girlfriend is a rather picky eater, so the fact that she really enjoyed the food is good evidence that it's worthwhile going in for a visit. She was also happy to note that all the dishes we had were quite authentic and made properly.
The menu is comprised of mostly Peruvian food with a couple pages of Columbian dishes at the back. I'd list all the dishes we've tried, but I have trouble with remembering names and I don't speak Spanish so I won't. Suffice to say, everything we had was very good and certainly worth the drive and money. The only thing I didn't like too much was the chanfainita, but thats not on the menu and was given to me to try by the very hospitable owner and chef.
The owner is a very nice guy, however his English is not the best and it can be hard to understand him. Luckily for me my girlfriend was there to translate and I am trying to learn Spanish so he was nice enough to submit to my poor pronunciation. The place itself is very plain, and the decor is quite blah. While this mayprevent it from becoming a destination hotspot (that and it's location), I couldn't have cared less. I was there for the food and service, and both were splendid.
Just typing this review is making me want to go back again, I won't be happy until I've tried most of the things on the menu.