It is the only restaurant in Trujillo with international fusion cuisine. The chef has worked in the U.S. for over 20 years with different types of food, and has returned to his city showcasing the best of its cuisine, such as grilled sea bass teriyaki, tofu Salasa grilled and marinated in lemon, the risottos are spectacular, I recommend the risotto genovese that also has chimichurri, the chill-out music and everything is amazing . The best thing of the day and night is that you can enjoy a mixed tiradito that is excellent.
If you want a break from Peruvian food and feel like something more exotic, Chifa Chung Heng on Calle Colon is your place. At night, the restaurant is packed with local foodies who come to eat Asian-style sauteed noodles or have a beer and watch the game on TV. Everything was great...the food, the service, and above all the price.
If you're looking for a good meal or just drinks with friends, I couldn't recommend El Chef more. First, you can have a well-mixed traditional cocktail for a decent price while lounging on the wooden colonial-era balcony. If you're rather have a sit-down meal, there is a nice dining hall where local businessmen and wealthy families come for steaks.
As there are very few restaurants on the way to Mansich from Chan Chan, we recommend this restaurant with the same name as the village, where you can get an inexpensive meal (6 to 7 soles depending on the dish choice) in an environment that actually feels a bit like a hospital, but for the price...