We were recommended this place by our hostel owner, and were really happy with the result. It’s in the non-touristy center of Mancora and has a nice upstairs terrace, as well as some street level outdoor seating.
It was our first Peruvian meal after crossing from Ecuador, so Take my judgement with a grain of salt. The large ceviche mixto we ordered (40 soles) was fresh, savory and delicious. I know Peruvian cuisine has a reputation, but I think we may have set the bar too high with our first meal here. There was a ton of fish, octopus, and shrimp in our dish as well as mote (corn) and tostada (fried corn). We left the restaurant stuffed and enjoyed being away from the touristy areas with it being high-season right now.
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