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We were so excited to be in Italy and to find a Peruvian Restaurant.
When we arrived we were told, that the food is traditional but they try to do it all more sophisticated.
We noticed that it was a little pricey but had high...More
First experience at an authentic Peruvian restaurant. A very sweet and courteous lady told us all we needed to know with care and precision. The ceviche was very good and so was the grilled octopus served with grilled potatoes.
I also had a good Typical...More
We had an amazing experience. Service is unique as they both greet you in the frendielest of ways and explain their ciuisine in detail. Food is wonderful, both in taste and quality. It's difficult to find another restaurant as this. Congrats to all the staff...More
My wife (author of the Russian review below) and I have been trying to get to this restaurant for a few months but something always takes precedent. We had to go to Torino for a morning medical appointment and managed to have a later train...More
It's not easy to find in italian cities a good quality peruvian restaurant with a wide offer of traditional dishes, but this is it for sure.
In Vale un Peru you'll find all the basis of peruvian cuisine, from a wide offer of ceviche and...More
This place is a little out of town but definitely worth the journey. I'd never had Peruvian food but it was very good. The flavours were delicious and the portions a good size. The staff were also friendly, very well informed and clearly passionate about...More
I went here with my girlfriend on my first night in Turin in July. Neither of us had tried Peruvian food before and we decided to try something different. As this was our first time, I can't really say how this place stacks up against...More
Hello, we are a peruvian family traveling in Italy. This restaurant serves original peruvian food, with an important range of meals - personally I don't know about much restaurants in Lima with "Chicha de Jora" (a corn beer from the Andes) in the menu.
Date of visit: November 2013
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