"Chifa" is the term Peruvians use to refer to a “Chinese restaurant," and if the green velvet chairs as well as the zebra-print walls aren't clue enough, look to the team who isn't shy about anything.
The succinct menu pulls from family recipes and childhood memories to pack in flavor at every turn. Start easy with Japanese sea bream soaking in an orange and lime sauce, before moving on to char siu, starring pork cheek finished on a wood-fire grill—it's the stuff of barbecue dreams. Your visit would be incomplete without the lomo saltado, featuring tender chunks of filet mignon and sauteed onions coated in an umami-rich gravy and served on a pile of French fries. If, by some off chance, you’re still hungry, finish with a black sesame-cheesecake tart.