My Favorite Cevicheria Definitely the most beautiful ceviche restaurant in Lima!! Gorgeous view and great food! A bit pricey but well worth it. I will be back!
My friend and I stopped in here originally to use the banjos. It was only our 2nd day in Lima and we are very adventurous eaters. Even though we weren't hungry we decided to stay and split an appetizer. The ceviche mixto was so delicious, fresh, and flavorful! Also, the sweet potato that came with it, soaking in the juices,... More
The Punta de Sal Miraflores branch was recommended by our Peruvian hosts and they were right on the money. It stands on a corner right across from the park where they practice paragliding and across from the 'Parque del mar'. It's a 3 storied facilities with balconies with 180 degrees facing the 'malecon'. Per our Peruvian hosts, cebiche is eaten... More
I was craving for a "Concha Negra Ceviche", there are not many places in the world where you can have one of this perfectly made, well, this is one of them, we also asked for the Arroz Marinero and some tiraditos and fish ceviche, all of it first class, I go to Lima very often and this is one of... More
Delicious and fish is fresh that u can tell. Flavors are incredibly tasty. Ingredients are combined so good that everthing taste so good. My favorites: -don't remember the name but it is a cold appetizer that comes with ceviche, tiradito, pulpo al olivo (octopus with olive oil, avocado, tomatoes and crackers) -chupe de camarones(shrimp consome) -fish Nicole So good!!
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Walking in the nice malecon we saw this nice restaurant with tables in in a high deck looking at the sea. It was a very good choice! Carlos our server was so nice and helpful recommending the food and he even did changes to our dishes to have more combination of foods to try. We had "ceviche tourista" a entry... More
Was a regular customer when I was working in Peru back in 2007. Last year when I returned to Lima my first meal was the ceviche in Punta Sal. There are many good restaurants in Lima and many do serve good ceviche. I find Punta Sal is one of the best cevicherias in Lima plus the ambience is nice and... More
Punta Sal is one of the best food experiences ever. In March 2013 a group of 6 North American women with old friends of one - two Peruvian gentlemen- joined in the amazing afternoon. Chef Adolfo Miguel Perret Bermudez visited us while he created a menu for a full Peruvian gastronomical experience. I can not remember what all we ate... More
Punta Sal has two or three locations and we have found their cerviche and causa to always be good. The prices are a little on the high side but worth it due to the good quality of food. A good place for lunch or on the weekend with your family & friends.
This is the physical address of the specific restaurant-- Malecón Cisneros S / N cdra.3 Tripoli corner Miraflores. Tripoli is under construction but is accessible by foot. Seafood is fresh and scenery on the third floor of this restaurant is great. The grilled octopus is the best one we had for a long time. The last one we had was... More
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