Museo de la Inquisición
A graceful neoclassical structure facing the Plaza Bolívar houses this diminutive museum where the Spanish Inquisition once plied its...
Iglesia de San Pedro
This small 17th-century church is considered to be one of the finest examples of baroque colonial-era architecture in Lima. Consecrated...
Instituto Cultural Peruano-Norteamericano
Perhaps the biggest of the foreign cultural institutes, with expansive libraries, a video archive, Spanish courses, art exhibits, and...
Across the street from Wa Lok, the smaller Salon Capon has a lengthy Cantonese menu, good dim sum and a traditional bakery that makes...
Paruro 878 · interesting places nearby
Wa Lok information
Serving seafood, fried rice as light and fresh as it gets, and sizzling meats that come on steaming platters, Wa Lok is among the best chifas (Chinese restaurants) in Chinatown. The 16-page Cantonese menu includes dumplings, noodles, stir-fries and a good selection of vegetarian options (try the braised tofu casserole). Portions are enormous; don’t over-order.