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$8 - $21
CUISINES
Peruvian, Latin, Spanish
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Dinner, Lunch
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Reviewed September 19, 2019 via mobile

Every Peruvian restaurant I go to, I have to try their Arroz Con Mariscos... But this one wasn't the best! Actually I haven't seen a good peruvian restaurant in Phoenix yet! I liked their Chicha Morada though.

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed April 21, 2019

The restaurant was not very big and our waiter was definitely personality plus. They started us out with Maize Chulpe and a very spicy sauce called Peruvian Rocoto Sauce. The drinks were also unique.I had the Chicha Morada which is a Peruvian purple corn drink....My husband had the Inca Kola which is a traditional Peruvian soda. It tasted remarkably similar to cream soda and happens to be owned by Coca-cola, just saying. The food was definitely unlike anything I have ever tasted. I had the Seco de Res, which was a very tender slow cooked meat served with with a flavorful sauce and accompanied by cassava (yucca plant), peruvian beans (looked and tasted like refried beans) and a tall stack of white rice. The entire meal was very flavorful and I can now add Peruvian to the types of cuisine I've eaten. :o)More

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed January 24, 2019

I ate dinner here with two friends visiting from Montana. Cathy ordered – Causa Rellena de Pollo – two layers of mashed potatoes seasoned with lime and aji, and filled with creamy chicken salad. This was really different but delicious...interesting to have a lime taste...in the mashed potatoes. Linda ordered – Pescado a lo Macho – fish fillet fried and covered with mixed seafood spice sauce. Served with jasmine rice. This was cooked perfectly. No fishy taste. I ordered my always favorite - Lomo Saltado – beef loin strips sauté in fiery wok, with onions, tomatoes, cilantro mignonette and secrete ingredients mixed with French Fries, and served with white rice.. I love the taste of sauce of my dish…the rice was perfect…the meat was tender and tasty. I loved my entrée.More

Date of visit: January 2019
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Reviewed November 1, 2018

A myriad of fresh seafood and beautiful flavors await at Tumi’s! Start with ceviche....perfectly balanced with sweet, sour, spicy delight. We shared Arroz con Mariscos, which was plenty for two. It was one of those comfort food dishes that you just can’t stop eating. Loaded...with seafood, and once again perfectly balanced flavors. Even if you are stuffed full, DON’T MISS the Alfajores for dessert. These light, delicate shortbread type cookies, filled with a milk caramel, will literally melt in your mouth.More

Date of visit: October 2018
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Reviewed August 11, 2018

This restaurant is in a small strip mall. The inside of the restaurant has murals of Andean sights. The menu is fairly authentic. The ceviche is very good. Despite the ceviche being listed as an appetizer, one could have this as a main meal. I...was disappointed in the lomo but that's because American meat is cut differently compared to in Latin America so no matter what, you don't get as good of meat. I believe it's overpriced, especially for the chicken and lomo meals. We will be back for the ceviche.More

Date of visit: August 2018
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Reviewed August 8, 2018

My bridge partner and I decided to try Peruvian food for the very first time after bridge one afternoon. Before ordering they set a plate of three objects on our table…two sauces…one hot…one not so hot…and this cup of like a popped or puffed corn...nut….our snack. It was not salted…which was great…and it tasted good. She ordered the Seco de Res – tender pieces of meat slow cooked in Peruvian cilantro sauces…served with yucca (carsava), Peruvian beans, salsa criolla and served with white rice. (I tasted the beans and they were delicious. Each dish had its own tastes. Janet’s was like a stew.) I ordered the Lomo Saltado – beef loin strips sauté in fiery wok, with onions, tomatoes, cilantro mignonette and secrete ingredients mixed with French Fries, and served with white rice.. I love the taste of sauce of my dish…the rice was perfect…the meat was tender and tasty. I loved my entrée.More

Date of visit: August 2018
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Reviewed February 4, 2018

We lived a number of years in Peru & this is one of the best restaurants with Andean dishes we've found in the US. We were a fairly large group and tried half-a-dozen dishes, with appetizers, drinks and dessert. All were very good. Service was...cheerful... some might think a little slow, but these are individually made dishes that can't be rushed. Highly recommended.More

Date of visit: February 2018
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Reviewed July 20, 2017 via mobile

Four friends went to dinner and wanted to try something new. We were told about Tumi by a friend so we wanted to try it. Our server was very well versed in Peruvian food and was so helpful in the decision making process. He didn't...get frustrated with questions and was so patient. Always with a smile too. It was just him bringing our food and drinks. The food was always brought out as soon as it was ready, still piping hot and our drinks were never left empty. I was impressed. For appetizers we decided to try the Yucca Frita con Huancaina. The Papa Rellena was yummy.We had also got a plate of Platano Frito for the table and definitely didn't regret it. We could have ordered less appetizers, but we were trying new foods. I even ordered a side of Camote (sweet potatoes) to see how they cooked them. 2 of us got the Seco de Res, one got a Lomo a Caballo, and the other got the Lomo Saltado. We were all planning to share (you get that & I'll get this & we will split) but fell in love with our plates and didn't give up much. I loved the Lomo Saltado but was not willing to give up my Seco de Res. The leftover Yucca from the appetizers was handy in cleaning the gravy off the plate. The meals were large and appetizers weren't really necessary for a filling meal. We all decided this is our new favorite place for healthy comfort food.More

Date of visit: July 2017
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Reviewed July 5, 2017

Tumi food and service was excellent. The atmosphere could be better, but the cuisine made up for it!

Date of visit: June 2017
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Reviewed April 16, 2017 via mobile

My fiancé had a steak dish. She let me try it. I normally don't eat steak but this was a thin one that was juicy and tender and flavorful. My fiancé just wished that she had a bigger steak to eat. She mainly has linguine...(which was also good and unique). I had the ceviche de mixto. The flavor profile was smooth and spicy. A little spicy for me and I love spicy food. Luckily you can choose the level of spiciness. I wish the dish had more mussels, calamari and octopus. They tasted good. But the size of the dish was small for the price. I will definitely come back.More

Date of visit: April 2017
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