Keith tried an anticucho of Lengua de Pato. Grilled duck tongue was served on a skewer with peewee potato, ají amarillo, and cape gooseberry. The duck was surprisingly tender and almost fatty.
All in all we had a decent meal at China Chilcano. The food reminded us of our great trip, the service was spot on, but the prices were a little steep for the size of the 'shareable' plates. Nevertheless, the fusion cuisine offers something different and unique to the area.
UPDATE: This restaurant was awarded Bib Gourmand in October 2016.
Total Rating: 3.7
Food: 4, Price: 2.5, Service: 4, Ambience: 3.5, Accessibility: 5