Much like ceviches, anticucho also come in classic versions, and versions with more familiar tastes to the suit the palates of local diners.
Generous morsels of lamb heart are marinated in a harrissa paste and served with salsa criolla. It's easy to get a dish like this wrong, with lamb being an acquired taste, not to mention the lng chew that comes from the tenuous gristle that often accompanies offal meats. Thankfully Tiger’s Milk managed it well. So do give it the time of day if you’re tired of chicken hearts at the churrascaria.
The strongest drink of the evening was a mix of midori, Cointreau and juice from the innocuous Granny Smith Apple resulting in a deceptively potent but oh so sweet Pisco Verde.