This is a very well run smooth operation, we were invited to have drinks in the downstairs bar, with a good view of the comings and goings on Frith Street, I’m sure these tables are going to be impossible to get in the summer. The drink list shows the efforts that a mixologist has gone to, to create a very enticing selection of cocktails with tongue in cheek names, we chose ours from the anti-depressants category, we needed those combinations of pisco and sake with lime, to let us to forget the grey and windy day outside.The sexy upstairs dinning room was packed with a glamorous crowd. French and European foodies that were having a ball enjoying the visually impressive food surrounded us; it did have a feeling of being on holidays. We let Andre the waiter to choose the food for us and to keep the element of surprise during the evening. We started with a miso soup, as we were preparing our palate for the journey ahead.   Passion fruit mouseWe couldn’t miss anything from the grill too, the octopus, and purple potato, were slightly chewy, but the flavours and the taste of the antichucho sauce was delicious. The same goes for the chicken with aji amarilo mayo, but by the time we reached the sushi, my brain started lighting up the gluttony alarms, but we couldn’t finish without trying the passion fruit brulee with aji Amarillo and guava sorbet. Before we left we were already planning our next visit. Overall we love the deco, the people, the atmosphere the whole general vibe of the place, I was not expecting anything less, from pedigree that the owners have. Once again this proves my theory that you need to be passionate   about your food and not only Peruvians can bring their flavours to London.  [/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]]]>