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The mix of location and food makes this a great culinary experience when they are stocked. I stopped by twice it was that good. The only down side is that they ran out of Pisco, the Peruvian national liquor which meant no more pisco sours....More
authentic Peruvian food, the cause is very good, the pisco sour, the Peruvian ceviche. Fast and very friendly service. The restaurant is very small and has very few seats so reservations are strongly recommended.
We were looking at the menu when someone inside shouted at how nice the food was so we decided to try. Very good decision!
Partner and I had different dishes which were both very very nice. Waiter then recommended the Peruvian dessert but also recommended...More
From the moment I walked, the atmosphere was nice. The two servers, a waiter and a waitress gave us time to look over the menu. They were very sociable and we joked around a bit with them. The food took some time to come out...More
Looking for something different, booked here. We ordered ceviche, some kind of rice and tiraditos. After more than 40 minutes, we were told that no ceviche nor tiraditos, as they run out of that kind of fish.
There was a large table (arrived after us)...More
So I've seen some of the other reviews here saying that the food and or service wasn't quite up to scratch. This was most definitely not the case when my friend and I went for dinner. Tucked away in a charming corner house, both of...More
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