Pillunya is inspired by the Quechua word for wave, and like water, this place is fluid in its menu and pretty hard to get a hold of. The restaurant is enigmatic, to say the least, working from a ghost kitchen to serve a capped number of orders per day (and the website is only accessible by using a password). That being said, it's not impossible to get a hold of their high-end Peruvian dishes – if you catch them at the right time to place an order, you'll be handsomely rewarded.
The key concept is to make takeout meals an experience. The reduced menu means each meal can be carefully cooked to perfection before being packaged up and sent over. Expect to find delicacies such as lomo saltado, acorn squash a la huancaina, and alfajores up for grabs when placing an order. Furthermore, Pillunya is also committed to working with local businesses around the city so you'll often find them hosting pop-ups and private dinners, so keep an eye out.