Peru: Senor Panza

After Chez Wong, we had quite some time to kill before our reservations at Astrid y Gaston.  We did our best at the Museo Larco, but ended up with just enough time to be too early for dinner, yet not enough time to fit in a trip home to rest.

Instead, we wandered around the San Isidro neighborhood where Astrid y Gaston is located, looking for a cafe of some sort where we could sit and sit and sit.  Senor Panza fit the bill perfectly:

While Senor Panza does offer food, we went straight for the drinks.  I ordered the pineapple juice (S/.5 or slightly under $2):

My sister got the granadilla or passionfruit juice (also S/.5):

Points to Senor Panza for using fresh fruit in their juices, but they should probably be a little less generous with the water.  Just sayin'.

Anyway, I can't really complain because we got exactly what we wanted: a place to sit and chill until it was reasonably early to show up for our dinner reservations.  Having fresh fruit juice (watery as they were) and free wifi were definite bonuses.

Senor Panza
Av. Conquistadores 181A, San Isidro, Lima, Peru
421 6725


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