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Probably 3.5 - we had tasting menu and ceviche and tongue were really nice. Dessert was significantly less impressive - fruit salad and foam. Given the price of was a decent meal and nice to try Peruvian flavours but not all courses were impressive.
My wife and I we delightfully surprised with Epoca. I had a weekend special that was like a warm Ceviche. The flavors exploded in my mouth. My wife had the steak medallions and the way they prepared them was savory and delicious. The staff was...helpful and courteous. What a great surprise.More
Kero is a very cool Peruvian/Galician fusion restaurant, in the main downtown area of Vigo. It is close to the Michelin starred Maruja Limon and it surely will not be long before the chef, Juan Carlos Perret gets his own star for this place. We...really enjoyed the surprises of the larger tasting menu at €48 each, especially the cerviche, the turbot, the steak and the amazing deserts. The mix of the typical Peruvian ingredients and best of the local Galician produce was really interesting and incredibly tasty. In addition we had the best server, who explained the dishes in English as well as the attention from Juan Carlos himself. Amazing value for this level of cooking.More
I had lunch with some of my colleagues at Kero.
We went there and it was fully booked. The owner happily arranged for a table with a short wait period.
Given the demand, Service was quite nice. The staff was friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating.
The...food was absolutely wonderful, from preparation to presentation, very pleasing. We had a pleasant experience with food of the most exquisite flavours.
The chef takes great care in selecting the best quality ingredients.
Sitting in any table you have a wonderful view of the kitchen where you can see the chefs working.
For this reason I highly recommended it!More
So friendly, and such fresh ingredients. Creative cooking from the young chef who is Peruvian and brings his taste to bear on northern Spanish cookery. The freshest steamed mussels, deconstructed Peruvian dishes, delightful colours and flavours. If you are in Vigo, pay this place a...visit for some really inspiring dishes.More
Don’t underrate Peruan cuisine. if you experience the authentic taste of ceviches and tiraditos make a place for this place. The decoration is gorgeous and the staff is simply brilliant and surprisingly kind. I recommend you the rice and the Salom tiradito... they are awesome......and the chocolate textures desert... also great! Price is on average (30 euros per person). Highly recommendable! The Chief un charge, Juan Carlos is peruan and from the food you can tell...More
Date of visit: November 2017
Juan carlos P, Gerente at Kero Cocina Peruana, responded to this reviewResponded December 7, 2017
Thank you very much! This makes our effort worthwhile.
I've visited this place twice, with mixed results. It's relatively new and I'm told it's owned by a chef who used to work in one of the globally famous places in Cataluña. Don't know which one. It's very possibly an 'in' place in Vigo at...the moment. The first time I went - 3 weeks ago - it was on an ordinary Friday. And it was well patronised, with excellent reception - by the owner - and service. There was a 'menú del día' at a price of either €12 or 15 - I think the latter - which is not cheap in this neck of the woods. But I was pleased with whatever I had, helped by 2-3 glasses of albariño wine, not included in the menú by the way. I was happy enough to resolve to return, which I did last week, on the eve of Reyes (the Epiphany). As it was a holiday week - and the beginning of one of Spain's several 'puentes' - 3-4 day holidays centred on a weekend - there was no menú del día. But, despite this, the place was busy. Fair enough, the owner is entitled to cash in at such times. But this meant there were no dishes below €14-15, plus €1.50 each for bread. So 2 dishes, 2 glasses of wine and a Coke set me back €43, including my normal - generous in Spain - tip of 10%. This wouldn't have been so bad if I'd been particularly impressed with the 2 dishes but I wasn't. Despite being told one of them was spicey - always a dubious adjective in Spain where 'hot' foods are not much favoured - it wasn't. Both of the dishes were, in fact, rather bland, though pretty to look at. I guess I should give Kero another chance in an 'ordinary' week but I won't be rushing to do so. Like other places in Galicia, I wonder if it's more popular for the reputation of the chef than for the actual food. In short, I've eaten more interesting Peruvian food - possibly more tradtional - in Madrid. I'll be interested to see what other non-locals think of it. If everyone is more positive than me, I'll give it another try . . .More