Gazpacho, chili-centric sea bass brochettes, parihuelo spicy monkfish and mussel stew.
Cosy, which can sometimes translate as "crammed", but early diners usually get a bit more room.
This is where this otherwise excellent restaurant falls down. The service can be slooooooow, but charming, or it can be frustratingly slow and disorganised. Definitely not a place to go in a hurry or if ravenous. Reservations, while recommended, are not always honoured on time.
A couple of blocks off Spainda, near U of T.
Worth paying for the unusual Peruvian dishes. I wouldn't pay the extra for the more straightforward South American/Mexican offerings on the menu.
Tables to book
Upstairs seems like a Mexican restaurant, downstairs has more of a French restaurant feel. The sidestreet patio is the best bet in summer.