You want a restaurant in the tourist zone to be kid-friendly, affordable, delicious, and most of all, patronized by locals. Pio Pio, a modest and easygoing family-run group of seven locations, tags all those bases with expertly made and generous portions (a glass of sangria could fill a fishbowl). The rotisserie chicken is the star dish, but you’ll find a caravan of other robust South American delights including ceviche, heaps of Peruvian chaufa fried rice, a rich lomo saltado (sliced beef sautéed with potatoes and vegetables in a soy sauce reduction), plus lots of steaks and fish. They know how to please children, too.