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I remember from this eatery is the great amout of food they serve, especially for the hungried people like me, I had one big Cebiche dish with extra Rice with seafish, octopus and a big glass of local corn wine...Chicha.
I still remember I was...More
Very good food for the price ($6.60 average meal price). Bathrooms: Men and women share the same bathroom (one stall for men and the stall right beside for women), no hand soap, no paper towels and stalls were not kept clean.
I couldn’t believe we were the only tourists there. The menu was full of great local food and our waitress was great. She was informative and knowledgeable. The food was great and priced well. Check it out!
We just happened across this place walking around. It seemed like a good price and it was full of locals so we thought it must be good. We ordered what we thought was a personal meal as we don't eat large portions and we received...More
We ate here on two evenings.
It was a restaurant frequented by local , not a tourist trip.
The menu was comprehensive and the serving large. The food tasted real good.
Beer was reasonably priced.
We felt that it represented value for money.
The medio/half plates cost about 17 sol and were more than enough for a meal (and I like to eat). Tasty food. Only downside is they didn't have my first drink or food order
Spanish speaking only, as you'd expect
If you are hungry, this is the place for you... portions are phenomenal. and the food quality is fantastic. Everything about this (what felt like) mom and pop shop was spot on... So much so we made it our go to on 3 different occasions,...More