When you want a good cassoulet, you look to France.
When you want a good plate of ceviche, you look to Kendall.
Now that we’ve established that, set your coordinates for Pisco y Nazca, a massive cevichery and pisco cocktail lab from the Bulla folks. It’s open now, this is the slideshow, and this is the menu.
Yes, Team Bulla has just unleashed a Peruvian juggernaut with a chef from Gaston Acurio’s La Mar at the helm. And it’s the type of spot that might come in handy for...
The obvious date night.
In one of the semicircular booths next to the open kitchen. There will be wine. There will be passion fruit ceviche. There will be subtle food-related innuendos.
The not-so-obvious family dinner.
Their tapas-style setup works well for this. Take a table up front and start passing around plates of chicken-stew-stuffed empanadas and chifa fried rice studded with calamari and shrimp like one big happy... you get it.
The once-you-see-the-bar-it’s-obvious happy hour.
They call it “Hora Loca” here, which means “Crazy Hour,” which the Guapo’s Chilcano with pisco, ginger beer and rocoto pepper should help with.
Other drinks with other names will probably also help.