this was our first time having peruvian food. my friend recommended it, saying it was really authentic and very good. we went with some friends, and i think all of us agreed the food was fantastic! our server was really helpful in recommending some great dishes. my husband got the bistek a lo pobre, and i had the lomo saltado. our server brought us this green sauce, kinda salty, a little spicy, cilantro-y, that you put on your rice, and i was addicted! the restaurant itself is very casual and nicely decorated, with big wooden tables and chairs, and a cute little lounge/waiting area up front. valet parking is validated as well. i can't wait to go back and try their pollo a la brasa (which wasn't available the night we went).
Having been to a handful of Brazilian steakhouses, this was the bottom of the list.. The selection was very minimal. Neither myself nor my boyfriend eat pork and it seemed all the meats were pork or had bacon wrapped around them. The beef was not great either. The salad bar was eh as well.
So every restaurant has its special dishes and its not-so-fantastic ones, too. I lived for 8 years in South America and often have massive ceviche withdrawal. I have been to 3 South American restaurants since coming home and Los Cabos Ceviche Mixto has been the best so far.