We took another $1.50 taxi down to what's obviously a "restaurant row" a block above one of the large plazas and entered.
The restaurant is quite narrow and the main portion is down a flight of stairs. We were invited to sit on the main floor, a real relief for Kathy's knee. Getting in and out of small taxis is hard enough.
We split a chicken won ton soup as a starter.
For the main course (and after some advance research), Kathy chose a specialty dubbed Aeropuerto, a Chinese-Peruvian fusion dish.
Brian's beef stir fry was equally delicious.