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Food is good, but waaaaaaaaay overpriced. The service is VERYYY slow! so, if you are looking for good food and you don't mind paying more than other places around Joordan AND you don't mind to wait, then, yes, try this place.
I go to many restaurants in Amsterdam and I decided to give this one a try since it is next to my office. When we arrived there, we were told that more than half of the menu was not available, because they were very busy...in the weekend and they ran out of food. The woman told us the 3-4 dishes that they could serve, one of them being ceviche. Because I don’t eat meat, this was my only option so I asked her, how big it is, knowing that it is a started but thinking that for 20 euros it can’t be super small. She told me it’s enough for one person. She brought me 3 small pieces of fish with a tiny bit of pumpkin and with loads of onion on top. Such a disappointment. Had to go home and cook dinner. When I told her about my disappointment she could only say “i am sorry”. I was not happy with the food nor with the service and i will definitely not return here and I will tell everyone in my office not to make the same mistake as I did and visit this restaurant.More
We ordered 4 dishes, they came with 3 différents one we ordered. We nicely accepted because they said we Don t have any other choice... (they didn't notice before or said sorry after).
Really disappointed, also the owner shouted on my friend at the end....Covid period is not easy for everyone but I don't think be rude and not honest with people is the best way to run a "restaurant"
I really don't recommand this place for the service and the food.More
My husband and I spent last summer in Peru and we were so excited to find a Peruvian restaurant in Amsterdam.
It didn't disappoint, the food quality and flavours were fantastic, we shared the trio of starters and the ceviche was perfect. My husband had...the lamb main and I had the shrimp soup which didn't disappoint.
The venue is small (max 12-14 tables) so i definitely recommend booking, lots of walk ins were turned away. The reason it's not 5/5 is because there was only one waiter working and there was a delay with service and we had to ask a few times for drinks. The waiter was great and but clearly rushed off his feet as on his own serving the entire restaurant along with orders drinks and payments!
We would definitely go back and highly recommended just going with patience that there's slow service.More
My friend and I were so lucky to find this restaurant, it is well located, it is small and cozy, the staff is nice and friendly, and the food was lovely. We had chupe de camarones, causa, picante de mariscos and all was fantastic, also...something very important is that they have Pisco Sour in the Drinks menu. My friend asked if the Pisco was from Peru or from somewhere else and we were happy to know they only have Peruvian Pisco, the real one!. This restaurant is truly Peruvian and will definitely go back!.More
Decided to have traditional Tosti for my last meal of the trip before leaving Amsterdam. I was running late for the train so had to ask for takeaway only when the food was served. Although they have ran out of takeaway cutlery, I discovered a...set of normal fork and knife in the bag. So impressed how they tried their best to serve customers and making sure that I was able to enjoy the food on the train. Also, the tosti tasted extremely good even when I had to eat it cold on the train. Would definitely come back to try other dishes when I visit Netherlands again.More
Casa Peru is by far the best restaurant in town when you are looking for great and tastefull food, excellent service, hospitality and a cosy atmosphere. The owner knows exactly how to treat her customers. The food is always fresh and that for over 25...years! Defenitely 5 stars worth!More
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