Exotic is the word here, from the decor (Amazonian creepers, bamboo table umbrellas and furry seat covers), to the food (‘drunk’ guinea pig, duck and edible ants in a vanilla and cognac cocktail!) and the implements it’s served on (model boats, mini-drums, or if you’re lucky, a terra-cotta roof tile). Despite the theatrics, the food is plentiful and well executed.
Try the arroz shutito con bife y chica de jora (creamy rice with tenderloin and a touch of maize liquor) or house specialty cuy borracho (literally 'drunk guinea pig' with Andean potatoes and herb sauce).
There's even a few boring dishes (eg pasta) on the menu if you don’t happen to like insects or inebriated rodents.