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Though largely eluding the city's foodie radar, Fina Estampa has dished up generous - yes, huge - portions of central coast Peruvian cuisine for thirteen years. Huge portions because it continues to be family-run, Peruvian because that is from where the owner and head of the family had immigrated, central coast because like many Japanese-Peruvians, the Shinsato clan hails from that region. The regional influence is not lost on the menu, carrying an extensive seafood selection and idiosyncratically Japanese-Peruvian traces of ginger and soy sauce.
-- Excerpt from review by Enmi Sung