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I’m Peruvian and always try Peruvian food when I go on vacation anywhere just out of curiosity and because it’s the best cuisine in the world. It was delicious and they had a lot of vegan options for me. I had the mushroom ceviche and...More
We spent a day in Aruba on a cruise ship visit and caught the bus to Eagle Beach to do some exploring. We lived for several year in Quito, Ecuador and are enthusiastic devotees of Andean and particularly Peruvian cuisine so the opportunity for some...More
We stopped by this restaurant on our recent trip to Aruba. Never having Peruvian food before we were excited to give it a try. Well, it didn’t disappoint! We were kind of lost with the menu not sure how to order but we were guided...More
From the chill and relaxing music, to the super friendly servers and owners, to the beautiful arrangement and ambiance, to the delicious food, this restaurant was carefully and thoughtfully designed for everyone to have a magnificent cultural culinary experience. Our server’s name was Oliver; all...More
Every part of this experience was incredible: from the ambiance, to the food, to the service. My friend and I ordered the lomo saltado and it was delicious. Portion size is the right amount of food. Our waiter, Oliver, was very friendly and made great...More
This was our third year in a row visiting this restaurant. When you reserve ask to be seated on the open air covered porch which is really pretty.
The menu has some great choices of Peruvian food. It takes a while for the food to...More
Went for dinner on Feb 11 with a large party (14 people) which they broke us up into 2 tables (men at one table, women at the other- no big deal) . Food and service was good but one table had to wait a long...More
Date of visit: February 2020
JanvanNes, General Manager at Asi es mi Peru, responded to this reviewResponded February 29, 2020
I wonder how many restaurants score a perfect 10 accommodating a table of 16 (not 14 as you mention). Why?
For a small restaurant committing 16 seats at the peak time of 7 – 7.30 pm having to serve all at the same...More