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Dining out is a pretty low-key affair in Trujillo. Even though it's Peru's third-largest city, it doesn't have many sophisticated restaurants -- though a branch of Gastón Acurio's Chi Cha, which the celebrated Lima chef has already inaugurated with success in Cusco and Arequipa, is on its way and should immediately be the finest restaurant Trujillo has seen. One hotel restaurant that's worth a visit even if you're not staying there -- especially for brunch on the weekend -- is the Las Bóvedas restaurant at the Hotel Libertador. Most visitors also enjoy eating out in Huanchaco, which has one truly excellent luxury restaurant, Club Colonial, and a number of simple seafood places along the beach.

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