Every day he comes in with his fresh fish and she is there, ready to prepare his catch into some of the best ceviche and fish dishes in Lima: it doesn’t get much more family-owned than that. Her food was so good that the couple were able to open a restaurant, Sonia’s, which you can find today down an unassuming street in the Chorrillos district. The decorations are as authentic as you can get, with colorful nets, oars, and other fishing gear lining the walls. The fish is as fresh as it gets, caught in the morning by family and friends to ensure the best ceviche. This unassuming restaurant has Peru’s most accomplished and dignified people queueing up for a great meal.