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Comida peruana, lugar atendido por una familia peruana que todo lo hacen con mucho amor! El lugar es una cantina sin mucha deco. El tiradito clásico es lo más de lo más y el pisco no tiene desperdicio! Venir antes de las 21 para no...More
We went for dinner, and food was very good. The problem was that the trip adviser address for this place is wrong, they moved to a different location a year ago. The wine list was pretty limited, next time I would pass the dessert and...More
This is a famlly-owned peruvian restaurant. The food is very good and all the dishes are freshly made.
I recommend the tequeños and also the fish with shrimp.
If you like sweet desserts you cant miss the suspiro limeño.
It is not expensive. As far...More
Its a Nice humble place, family environment, with Good peruvian food. I don t care much about the ceviche,wich is one of the main dishis, but my girlfriend love it. The tacu tacu Was very Good. A little bit expensive. They Didn t have much...More
Delicious food in a cool and young atmosphere.
Try de pisco sour and de ceviche mixto!
Date of visit: December 2011
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As one of the main commercial hubs of Buenos Aires, Belgrano has something for everyone. The myriad of shop windows in Cabildo Ave. will draw you in, but it is Chinatown — an area of no more than two square blocks — which will keep you hooked. Crowned by an ornate arch marking its entrance and filled with small stores packed to the brim, it is a place where color and scent emanate from every corner, particularly
during the Chinese New Year when they spill over to surrounding areas. But if you prefer a quieter atmosphere, the residential quarter of Belgrano is the perfect destination. This section of town features some of the most magnificent mansions in the city, spread out on cobbled streets lined by tall, majestic trees: a true feast for the eyes.