The part-bar, part-restaurant establishment holds down a prominent second-level corner right above the Plaza de Armas, with a handful of colonial balcony windows with primo views. The contemporary Peruvian menu is smaller than at ChiCha (below), but otherwise it's quite comparable in price and quality. Standouts include glazed pancetta with figs, aji panca over quinoa, and rocoto peppers stuffed with shrimp. The bar and lounge side picks up in the evenings, while the dining room, with its ornate wallpaper and golden mirrors, stays relative busy for both lunch and dinner. The signature pisco infusions, which make for endless combinations of pisco sours and chilcanos, are lined up behind the bar.