I'm getting soft. Despite a flan with a density that no custard based dessert should approach, it was such an unexpected pleasure, it doesn't get better in American Fork. Rather than battling crowds at the standard places on a Friday night, a nice Friday lunch is an excellent alternative. This is a modern open space, and it's not fast casual. No doubt our server was one of the owners. She was all over and busy the whole time. Nobody was ignored. She asked if we were familiar with the food, and when we said no, she explained it to us. Although her list of "greatest hits" sounded just like the list the cafe Rio crowd would like, it didn't match up with what looked good in other reviews here. People who know me, know I'm a sucker for hot spicy curry Laksa. Why mention that? Because, their Chupe de Camarones checks all the same boxes. It's hearty. The broth is complex, and if done correctly, it's seriously spicy. I got it at a spice level of 4 out of 5. I should have gone with 5. 4 gave me tingly heat, but not the level where I wonder if I did the right thing. This is the type of soup where the heat just improves the flavor. It has properly cooked shrimp. You don't see that a lot. The shrimp were not rubbery at all. Plenty of rice. Some potatoes. An entire egg was cooked in the broth. There was Andean core on the cob. That part was likely authentic, but I didn't end up eating all of it. We started with the chicken bites with butter cooked potato slices. Perfectly cooked. Nicely spiced, and it came with a sauce that totally enhanced the chicken and the potatoes. The wife got Saltado de Pollo. My .. my .. my .. they nailed the fries. Perfect in every way. The rest of the dish was very tasty too. While I suspect the fries might be fusion, keep in mind that potatoes were first domesticated in Peru as long as 10,000 years ago. So, I love all the potatoes available, and they were all well cooked. We finished with the flan. Oh dear. good flavor and way .. way .. way .. to dense and heavy. I'll skip that in the future. The best compliment I can give. I think I'd even come here for dinner. That doesn't sound like a big complement, but I don't dine for dinner at a place where I can't get wine, or beer, as appropriate for the cuisine. It's just not civilized.