Vancouver’s first and only modern Peruvian restaurant is narrow and loud, and it’s hard to believe they’re putting out some of the best dishes in the city from such a tiny kitchen. The classic ceviche is textbook, with juicy hunks of Haida Gwaii halibut, and yuca fries come served with aji panca tomato sauce and huancaina rather than ketchup and mustard. Each cocktail represents different regions of Peru—from the Andean mountains to the Amazonian rainforest—and you can even sip tepache made from all the bar trimmings out of a gourd. It’s the perfect place to bring a group of friends, especially the ones who will let you eat off their plate.

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