This isn't so much a restaurant as it is a food ordering service. To understand how it works, you need to look at their web site. They have more than 300 items listed on their menu, but you have to order them 24 hours in advance.
They aren't in the market to provide meals to single diners (for the most part), as most plates require a minimum of 4 portions to place your order. There are plates for one person, but those are mainly pasta and pizza; none are the traditional Peruvian food you might likely want to try.
You can order the food to take out, or for delivery, or to eat in their "lounge", but this isn't a traditional restaurant by any means.
One good thing about their web site is that you can click on the magnifying glass icon on each item and see what it looks like (helpful in learning Peruvian cuisine whether you eat here or not).
The prices are "moderate" I suppose (but higher than 90% of the veggie restaurants in the Lima area).
To me, this place seems best suited for someone who wants to cater a dinner or party.
Cons: Not useful to most tourists, Prices on the high side, 24 advance notice to order food