With one stylish opening, Daylo has whirled Tarma's eating scene from the culinary-wasteland category up into refined dining. Food in this intimately designed venue veers away from traditional Peruvian, but doesn't lose sight of these influences. A 'Chinese-style' ceviche goes down a treat with a Chilean wine, for example. And we've rarely seen carpaccio done so well in Peru.
Come evening, you really need to sample one of the lovingly crafted cocktails.