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  • Mientras más largo sea el proceso de adobo más sabroso quedará.
  • Sus cebiches, el pato criollo guisado y el adobo de chancho con ají de huevo a la trujillana son otros de sus platos de bandera.
  • Mi amigo, el fotógrafo Gary, llegó al restaurante en busca de un espectacular rocoto relleno, pastel de papa y adobo de chancho al estilo arequipeño.

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